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RabbitMQ Performance App

A simple way to test the performance of your RabbitMQ Service

This project uses the RabbitMQ Performance Testing Tool to run benchmarks and to graph the results. I created a simple spring app that gives you an easy way to run benchmarks and graph results from the convenience of your browser!

Screenshot from the chrome

Run the Web App Server

Docker

docker pull johnlonganecker/rmq-perf-app
docker run -p 8080:8080 johnlonganecker/rmq-perf-app

Command Line

Download latest release

java -jar rmq-perf-app.jar

Cloud Foundry

mvn install
cf push
cf bind-service rabbitmq-perf-app rmq-service
cf restage rabbitmq-perf-app

Releases

Download from the releases page

Compile and Package

Have Maven and Java Installed

mvn install
mvn package

Take it out for a spin

If you don't have a rabbitmq service running you can run one with docker

docker pull rabbitmq
docker run -d -p 5672:5672 rabbitmq

Run the RabbitMQ Performance App

java -jar rmq-perf-app.jar

The server will use rabbitmq's default URI to connect to the docker container. If you need to set your own URI read below.

You can find the WebApp at localhost:8080

Enter a performance Scenario config and how you want to graph it by setting the Graph Config

You can find the documentation for both scenarios and graphs from this repo

Example Configs

Scenario

{
  "name":      "no-ack",
  "type":      "simple",
  "params":    [{"time-limit":     10}]
}

Graph

{
  "type": "chart",
  "fields": {
    "data-type":"time",
    "data-x-axis":"time (s)",
  }
}
{
  "type": "small-chart",
  "fields": {
    "data-type":"time",
    "data-x-axis":"time (s)",
  }
}
{
  "type": "summary",
  "fields": {}
}

Scenario

{
  "name":      "message-sizes-and-producers",
  "type":      "varying",
  "params":    [{"time-limit":     30,
                 "consumer-count": 0}],
  "variables": [{"name":   "min-msg-size",
                 "values": [0, 1000, 10000, 100000]},
                {"name":   "producer-count",
                 "values": [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10]}]
}

Graph

{
  "type": "chart",
  "fields": {
    "data-type": "series",
    "data-x-key":"producerCount",
    "data-x-axis":"producers",
    "data-y-axis":"rate (msg/s)",
    "data-plot-key":"send-msg-rate",
    "data-series-key":"minMsgSize"
  }
}

Scenario

{
  "name":      "message-sizes-large",
  "type":      "varying",
  "params":    [{"time-limit": 30}],
  "variables": [{"name":   "min-msg-size",
                 "values": [5000, 10000, 50000, 100000, 500000, 1000000]}]
}

Graph

{
  "type": "chart",
  "fields": {
    "data-type": "x-y",
    "data-x-key":"minMsgSize",
    "data-plot-keys":"send-msg-rate send-bytes-rate",
    "data-x-axis":"message size (bytes)",
    "data-y-axis":"rate (msg/s)",
    "data-y-axis2":"rate (bytes/s)",
    "data-legend":"ne"
  }
}

Scenario

{
  "name":      "rate-vs-latency",
  "type":      "rate-vs-latency",
  "params":    [{"time-limit": 30}]
}

Graph

{
  "type": "chart",
  "fields": {
    "data-type":"r-l",
    "data-x-axis":"rate attempted (msg/s)",
    "data-y-axis":"rate (msg/s)"
  }
}

Where do the host/user/pass/vhost get set?

In the scenario config you can specify a uri like this:

"uri": "amqp://user:password@host:port/vhost"

Cloud Foudry
If you bind a rabbitmq service (based on pivotal's rabbitmq release) to this app it will automatically get the credentials it needs to interact with rabbitmq.

You can of course override those credentials by adding the uri field to the scenario config

Defaults
If no credentials are provided this app will use a default rabbitmq uri to connect to the service

Report Bugs or Feature Requests

Submit a github issue

Contribute

Feel free to do something cool or grab something from the Todo list and just submit a Pull Request :)

ToDo

  • Make a bunch of useful examples
    • when creating new row have dialog box with pre-made exampels
    • examples endpoint (list examples for dialog box)
  • Make http server ports configurable through CLI
  • unit/smoke/integration tests
    • web app
    • spring server
  • Better Errors
    • UI Display
    • Messages from server
  • Store results
    • export results
    • import results
    • save results to PG/MySQL/other DB
    • store info of system with results?
      • number of nodes
      • policy
      • hostname (not full uri)
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