Securing Camunda 8 self-managed cluster and applications...
Directory services are an effective way to manage an organization’s users, groups, printers, devices, and more. Most organizations accomplish this using Active Directory, Apache Directory, Oracle Internet Directory, or other similar tools. Recently I worked with a customer who wanted to see how he could secure the Camunda 8 Platform and process applications with such a directory. Their requirements consisted of: Allowing Directory users to access Camunda applications (Tasklist, Operate, Optimize) Accessing secured Tasklist & Operate APIs from our custom project Securing the custom project In this article, I’ll briefly explain the 3 easy steps taken to fulfill their requirements which include: Federate users from the Directory service into Keycloak Declare an application in Identity to access Camunda APIs Configure...
CamundaCon 2019 – Pharma Research Automation – Connecting Researchers with Robots and Systems
In the highly heterogeneous and dynamic landscape of pharma research, where hundreds of researchers and scientists must communicate and undertake deeply complex workflow processes – Camunda has proved the ideal tonic. At CamundaCon Daniel Butnaru, Solution Architect at Roche Pharma, will share how his team utilizes Camunda’s Community Edition straight out of the box to streamline the interaction between researcher (human) tasks with backends and robotics platforms.
Keycloak Identity Provider Extension Released
Camunda in its current version is perfectly suited to run BPM in cloud infrastructures. From Spring Boot integration to the External Task Pattern and other features you have a lot of freedom to design your BPM architecture the way you want. Is anything missing? Hardly. Except one thing: Identity management in the cloud often differs from classical approaches. Neither the integrated Identity Management nor the optional LDAP Identity Provider fit. That’s why we have been looking for a way to better integrate Camunda’s Identity Management into such environments.