• Camunda BPM Runtime 7.14.0-alpha3 Released

    We are happy to share the third alpha release of Camunda BPM Runtime 7.14 with you! This release features the following improvements: Improved External Task Fetch and Lock Cleanup of History Cleanup Logs REST API: Fetch Telemetry Configuration Cockpit: Asynchronously Set Variables to Process Instances Cockpit: Plugin Point for Batch Operations Support for Wildfly 20 11 Bug Fixes You can Download Camunda for free or Run it with Docker. For a complete list of all improvements, take a look at the release notes. Please also see the list of known issues. If you want to dig in deeper, you can find the source code on GitHub. Improved External Task Fetch and Lock In situations where’re you’re using highly concurrent requests to fetch external tasks (e.g. when you run...

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  • Camunda Optimize 3.2.0-alpha1 Released

    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...

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  • All New Frontend Plugin System for Cockpit...

    We are happy to announce, that Camunda BPM 7.14 (scheduled for Tuesday, October 13th, 2020) includes an all new frontend plugin system for Cockpit. It replaces the current AngularJS 1.8 based plugin system and enables you to extend Cockpit with domain-specific information written in the web-technologies of your choice. You can try it out in our latest alpha release, Camunda BPM 7.14.0-alpha2, which you can download here. What are Plugins Webapp plugins are user extensions that provide custom functionality to Cockpit, Tasklist, and Admin, which Camunda does not provide out of the box. It allows you to embed domain-specific information into Camunda tooling without switching applications. The new plugin system allows you to use the Javascript framework you are most...

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  • Camunda BPM Runtime 7.14.0-alpha2 Released

    We are happy to share the second alpha release of Camunda BPM Runtime 7.14 with you! This release features the following improvements: All New Frontend Plugin System for Cockpit Support for Spring Boot 2.3 Additional Supported Environments 14 Bug Fixes You can Download Camunda for free or Run it with Docker. For a complete list of all improvements, take a look at the release notes. Please also see the list of known issues. If you want to dig in deeper, you can find the source code on GitHub. All New Frontend Plugin System for Cockpit We are happy to announce an all new frontend plugin system for Cockpit. The new plugin system allows you to use the Javascript framework you are most familiar with, whether it be...

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  • Camunda’s Evolution: An Open, Distributed Platform

    We have recently released the first iteration of the OpenAPI documentation, which is a big step towards making Camunda a more technology independent platform. The journey up until now is very much worth discussing. Camunda started off as a lovely, lightweight java project, which was intended to be used by Java developers to embed in their projects so that they could orchestrate their processes. As far as this mission statement goes – it was, of course, a great success. The features we created focused on the Java ecosystems and the needs of Java developers, which is obvious considering that our community was almost exclusively made-up of Java folk. There came a time, one which I assume happens often for open...

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  • Camunda Optimize 3.1 Released

    We’re excited to announce the release of Camunda Optimize 3.1. Camunda Optimize provides business activity monitoring for workflows, supporting continuous process improvement by providing transparency into your automated workflows and decisions. Business-friendly reports, dashboards, and alerts make it possible to identify process bottlenecks and improve end-to-end processes. If you’d like to get started with Optimize 3.1 right away, you can download the release here with your Camunda Enterprise Platform customer credentials. You can also use Docker to run Camunda Optimize. And if you’re not yet a Camunda customer, you can sign up here for a free 30-day trial of the Camunda Enterprise Platform, which includes Camunda Optimize. In the rest of this post, we’ll highlight some of the new capabilities introduced in Optimize 3.1. Faster Process Insights...

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  • Cawemo Enterprise (On-Premises) 1.3 Released

    We’re happy to announce the 1.3 release of Cawemo Enterprise On-Premises. Cawemo is the BPMN process specification platform of the Camunda stack. Its main purpose is to enable all stakeholders to model and collaborate on business process diagrams. The main improvements in this release are: Call Activity Links are persisted in the XML as calledElement and better manageable through the UI. Related diagrams can be restored as milestones into the current diagram. Single milestones can be deleted from synced modeler diagrams and deployed engine processes. As a Camunda Enterprise customer, you can install or upgrade to version 1.3 following our on-premises installation instructions. On cawemo.com, these improvements are already available to you if you are on the enterprise plan. Link a Call Activity When...

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  • Camunda Modeler 4.1 Released

    We are excited to announce the release of Camunda Modeler v4.1. This release introduces a new layout to the DMN decision table editor and a more efficient way to navigate DMN diagrams. Download the latest release and start modeling right away. New Decision Table Layout Being able to collaborate and review a decision table without having to dig into detail is crucial. As part of our ongoing effort to make the DMN editor an even better tool, we’re introducing changes to the decision table layout to increase overall readability and, therefore, understandability. These changes include more information about inputs and outputs and referring to the selected hit policy using their full name. Furthermore, you can now resize decision table columns. Once...

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