We’re excited to announce the release of Camunda Optimize 3.2.0-alpha1.

In this first alpha release of Optimize 3.2.0, you can get an early look at some improvements and features in advance of the stable Optimize 3.2.0.

This release adds following new capabilities:

  • New Variable Filter for Process and Decision Reports
  • Alerts to multiple recipients
  • Extended Elasticsearch Support

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

You can try out a free trial of Camunda Optimize.

New Variable Filter for Process and Decision Reports

With this release we are introducing a new type of Variable filter for Process and Decision Reports.

Within the Variable Filter modal you can now choose to use ‘contains’ or ‘does not contain’ when filtering process or decision instances based on variables:

Alerts to multiple recipients

For situations where you would like to be notified when your report hits a critical value, Optimize has an alerting function.

Now you are able to send alerts to multiple recipients by simply adding multiple email addresses into the email field.

You can see in the following screenshot how it works:

Extended Elasticsearch Support

With this release we are extending the Support of Elasticsearch to the versions 7.7 and 7.8.

This means Optimize 3.2.0-alpha1 supports Elasticsearch versions 7.0 – 7.8.

What’s Next?

We’ll release the next alpha of Camunda Optimize 3.2 in September 2020. Stay tuned.

A smooth update from Camunda Optimize 3.1 to Optimize 3.2 will be possible. Along with the minor release 3.2 we will publish a dedicated update guide.

How to get it

If you want to give Camunda Optimize a try, you can download the alpha release here with your Enterprise customer credentials. Please sign up here for a free 30-day trial version.

Please note that alpha releases are not intended for production usage.

If you’re new to Optimize, we recommend that you watch the Getting Started with Optimize in less than 5 Minutes video.

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