It's a message broker system. Yes it can be integrated with DataMiner, but one of the key things here is to be always specific about what we are talking. Because this is something that can be looked at from different angles. In DataMiner you can build a driver to interface with Rabbit MQ for example, but that's not really a solution yet.
Because the question is what the objective of the integration is:
Could be that people want to send data from within DataMiner across Rabbit MQ to other software applications connected to it.
Or it could be that somebody asks about Rabbit MQ, but in fact is asking about monitoring a third party system that can be interfaced with through Rabbit MQ.
Or somebody could have a high dependency on a Rabbit MQ installation, because he has a lot of operational systems that communicate with one another across it, and he could be interested to monitor the Rabbit MQ system itself.
So it is always very important to be aware of the exact objectives. This also applies if people talk about "can you integrate with Elastic". Is the purpose monitoring an Elastic cluster? Or is this about retrieving data from the Elastic cluster that was put in there by a third party system (so in fact in that case it is about monitoring the third party application, and the data to do that happens to be in that Elastic Cluster).
Whenever the underlying case is really about managing a third party application (e.g. via Rabbit MQ, via data pulled from an Elastic Cluster), the design has to be carefully reviewed. Because it can be tricky to do a proper integration with one generic Rabbit MQ or generic Elastic driver, after all the data from one third party system to another, albeit the fact that they are both on Rabbit MQ or on Elastic, can be completely different (in terms of structure, type of data, etc.). So while they share the same method to get to the data, they might well be completely different and separate DataMiner drivers and development efforts. The question is always how much is common and how much is specific.