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Camunda BPM 7.4 Release Candidate Available

Today we’re releasing Camunda BPM 7.4.0-alpha3. This release is our official release candidate for 7.4.0 final, which we will unleash upon the world on November 30th.


You can use the following links to download 7.4.0-alpha3.


Since we are very busy finalizing 7.4, this blogpost will be very short. Expect a longer blogpost for the 7.4 final release soon.

244 issues have been closed since 7.4.0-alpha2. In the following list you can find some of the highlights:


If you have any feedback on problems you have with our release candidate, please let us know.

In the meantime prepare yourself for the final release, which will be on November 30th. Until then our main undertaking is with writing documentation and regression testing.

A big ‘Thank You!’ goes to our team, who are focused and working very hard on the final release of 7.4.

If you want to learn what’s new with Camunda BPM 7.4, you can joing our release webinar.

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