If you haven’t installed Bash (and the Windows Subsystem for Linux) in your Windows 10 machine you can find the installation guide here.
If you are not familiar with RabbitMQ, you can find more information about this open source message broker here.
Open the Start Menu and search for Bash.
In Bash, install RabbitMQ executing
sudo apt-get install rabbitmq-server.
Running RabbitMQ as a service
To run RabbitMQ as a service, just execute
sudo service rabbitmq-server start on the console. RabbitMQ will be now executing in the background until the bash console is closed.
Installing the RabbitMQ Management Plugin
Since the plugin is included in the RabbitMQ distribution, you just need to enable it by executing
sudo rabbitmq-plugins enable rabbitmq_management in the bash console.
When this is done, you can open a browser, navigate to
http://localhost:15672 and use the default credentials (username: guest / password: guest) to be able to easily monitor and manage RabbitMQ.
And you are good to go!
To stop RabbitMQ you can either execute
sudo service rabbitmq-server stop or you simply close the bash console.