Introducing the Camunda Cloud Early Access Program

At CamundaCon Live today, I was thrilled to unveil the next step on the Camunda Cloud roadmap – the Camunda Cloud Early Access Program. Now your team can get started on Camunda Cloud, running your clusters with more resources, a higher replication factor and a higher partition count.

Daniel Meyer on the Camunda Cloud Early Access Program

Since we first announced Camunda Cloud at CamundaCon Berlin last year, we’ve gained valuable insight from our early adopters in our private and public betas. We’ve poured these insights into developing a robust BPMN-based workflow technology engineered specifically for the cloud, based on our horizontally scalable workflow engineering Zeebe, and available as an on-demand cloud service.

Our early access program includes a number of new capabilities to ensure you can seamlessly design, automate and monitor processes as a team, scaling as needed:

Single-AZ replication – fault tolerant Zeebe brokers protect your workloads from outages.

Add Production Clusters as needed – provision more Zeebe clusters at the click of a button.

Operate – built specifically for monitoring and managing workflows running in Camunda Cloud, Operate gives end-to-end visibility and control of workflows.

We’re also including dedicated professional support for the first time, between 08:00 – 17:00 CEST (Berlin), so you can collaborate closely with our highly skilled team to make your projects successful.

You can sign up for the Early Access Program here and check out the Zeebe Forum, where our active community discusses all aspects of our Camunda Cloud and Zeebe products.

If you’d like to see some of the amazing projects our early adopters have built, read how MINEKO is orchestrating AWS lambdas with Camunda Cloud.

Plus you can watch my presentation at CamundaCon Live, where I introduce Camunda Cloud alongside new functionality within our product stack including Camunda BPM Run – our new distribution to run Camunda as a standalone orchestration engine; and Optimize 3.0 – End-to-End Process Events Monitoring.

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