This sample demonstrates how to use Docker Linux containers to host NServiceBus endpoints communicating over the RabbitMQ transport.
This sample requires that the following tools are installed:
- .NET Core 2.0 SDK
- Docker Community Edition or higher
- If using Windows, configure Docker to use Linux containers to support the Linux-based RabbitMQ container
Running the sample involves building the container images and starting the multi-container application.
Building the container images using the following command will
dotnet publish (which includes
dotnet restore and
dotnet build) the endpoints in addition to building the container images for both the
Sender and the
$ docker-compose build
When the container images are ready, the containers can be started:
$ docker-compose up -d
Both containers log to the console. These logs can be inspected:
$ docker-compose logs sender $ docker-compose logs receiver
The containers can be stopped and removed:
$ docker-compose down
This sample consists of
Receiver endpoints exchanging messages using the RabbitMQ transport. Each of these three components runs in a separate Docker Linux container.
Each endpoint is a container built on top of the official
microsoft/ image from Docker Hub. The container image builds and publishes the endpoint binaries and then uses those artifacts to build the final container image:
FROM microsoft/dotnet:2.0-runtime AS base FROM microsoft/dotnet:2.0-sdk AS build WORKDIR /src COPY . . WORKDIR /src/Receiver RUN dotnet publish -c Release -o /app FROM base AS final WORKDIR /app COPY --from=build /app . ENTRYPOINT ["dotnet", "Receiver.dll"]
version: "2.3" services: sender: image: sender build: context: . dockerfile: ./Sender/Dockerfile networks: - new depends_on: rabbitmq: condition: service_healthy receiver: image: receiver build: context: . dockerfile: ./Receiver/Dockerfile networks: - new depends_on: rabbitmq: condition: service_healthy rabbitmq: image: "rabbitmq:3-management" ports: - "15672:15672" networks: - new healthcheck: test: ["CMD-SHELL", "if rabbitmqctl status; then \nexit 0 \nfi \nexit 1"] interval: 10s retries: 5 networks: new:
Endpoints configure the RabbitMQ transport to use the broker instance running in the
var transport = endpointConfiguration.UseTransport<RabbitMQTransport>(); transport.ConnectionString("host=rabbitmq"); transport.UseConventionalRoutingTopology();
This sample takes advantage of Docker healthchecks to ensure RabbitMQ is available before starting the endpoints.