9.2. Deploying a Standalone Broker

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Deploying standalone brokers requires manually installing and configuring multiple instances of Red Hat AMQ.


Deploying a new standalone broker involves installing Red Hat AMQ on a new machine and modifying its configuration as needed. You will need to do this for all of the additional brokers in your deployment.


To deploy a new standalone broker:
  1. Install AMQ onto the target system as described in the Installation Guide.
  2. Modify the new installation's configuration for your environment as described in Chapter 2, Editing a Broker's Configuration.
You will need to repeat this process for each standalone broker you want to deploy.

More information

For more information on configuring brokers to work together see:
  • Using Networks of Brokers
  • Fault Tolerant Messaging
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