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Fuel has been used to deploy large environments with RabbitMQ in Highly Available configurations. There is good documentation through this link:

It should at least be a starting point. The setup ends up being a RabbitMQ cluster with a VIP in front of it. There is a bit more to it, but that is the idea. Mirroring queues with a VIP. There were recent changes that actually setup the controller nodes to point back to themselves first, since the queues are mirroring, so you would places messages on the queue locally first then select the next in order if the process isn't running local.