Installing RabbitMQ is not much different than installing any other service in Docker.
However, developers often want to include the RabbitMQ Management web application along with the installation, and this does not come with the default “docker pull rabbitmq” installation.
In this episode, then, you'll see how to install RabbitMQ using a tagged version to provide the management interface. You'll see various tags that could be used, including version numbers along with the management interface as well.
In addition to tags, you'll also learn about passing environment variable into a Docker container, as well as a few other options like the “hostname” and looking at container log (stdout and stderr) output.