Before you get started with this episode, you should get RabbitMQ installed on your system with one of these (free) episodes:
Now that you have RabbitMQ installed and configured on your system, it's time to get rolling with things – learning some of the basic terminology and seeing what RabbitMQ is about, through the eyes of the management plugin.
In this episode, you'll see the core concepts of RabbitMQ explained through the management plugin: virtual hosts, exchanges, queues and more. You'll learn how to create virtual hosts, how to add users with passwords, and assign permissions to a given user through the command line rabbitmqctl tool as well.
By the time you're done with this episode, you will have everything you need to manage a basic RabbitMQ installation for application development purposes.