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The way of setting up magento queues in M2 EE 2.2.* is different from how it used to be in version prior to 2.2.*. The queue.xml is deprecated and there are 3 new configuration files queue_consumer.xml, queue_publisher.xml and queue_topology.xml.

I've worked on a project to integrate AWS S3 Buckets with Magento. This task uses various cool technologies one of them is RabbitMQ.

So below is an answer which might or might not save you some time on setting up message queues in Magento 2.2.*

The way of setting up magento queues in M2 EE 2.2.* is different from how it used to be in version prior to 2.2.*. The queue.xml is deprecated and there are 3 new configuration files queue_consumer.xml, queue_publisher.xml and queue_topology.xml.

I've worked on a project to integrate AWS S3 Buckets with Magento. This task uses various cool technologies one of them is RabbitMQ.

So below is an answer which might or might not save you some time on setting up message queues.

The way of setting up magento queues in M2 EE 2.2.* is different from how it used to be in version prior to 2.2.*. The queue.xml is deprecated and there are 3 new configuration files queue_consumer.xml, queue_publisher.xml and queue_topology.xml.

I've worked on a project to integrate AWS S3 Buckets with Magento. This task uses various cool technologies one of them is RabbitMQ.

So below is an answer which might or might not save some time on setting up message queues in Magento 2.2.*

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