Review the following information before you install and integrate RabbitMQ with Symantec Mobility: Suite.
When you choose Install Mobility Manager from the initial screen of Mobility Suite install, you are initially presented with the following options:
Selecting option 0 - Mobility Manager Server - Frontend, Backend, or Trial
Selecting this option requires that you have an existing production RabbitMQ server or you wish to use the Trial instance of RabbitMQ that is installed by Mobility Suite. During the Mobility Suite install, you are prompted to select the RabbitMQ server type:
The type of RabbitMQ server you choose is dependant on the type of database you are using:
If you are using a Trial MySQL database, you must select Local Trial server as your RabbitMQ server option. If you are using a Production database, you must select I want to use my own production cluster as your RabbitMQ server option. You cannot use a production database with a trial version of RabbitMQ server.For a new Mobility Suite installation that uses a production database, you must install a RabbitMQ server for use as your Mobility Suite task broker.
Selecting option 1 - RabbitMQ - A RabbitMQ server (master or slave)
Be sure your environment meets or exceeds RabbitMQ system requirements. For detail regarding RabbitMQ system requirements,
Best-practice regarding DNS and IP address for RabbitMQ
The Symantec Mobility Manager servers are configured to point to the single address of a master RabbitMQ server. For fail-over management, it is best if this address is an easily changed DNS entry. By doing so, if the main address becomes unavailable, you can swap the DNS entry and the Mobility Manager servers will automatically connect to the new address. This saves you from having to modify Mobility Manager directly.
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