Process Automation Insights
Monitoring Camunda Platform 7 with Prometheus
Monitoring is an essential facet of running applications in a production system. Through this process, organizations collect and analyze data, and determine if a program is performing as expected within set boundaries. When combined with alerting, monitoring allows for detecting unexpected system behavior to mitigate exceptional situations as fast as possible. Furthermore, tracking the performance of a system enables organizations to improve those aspects that have the biggest impact with higher priority. One essential aspect of monitoring is the list of key metrics you want to observe. There are different categories of statistics that can be of interest here. To observe the defined metrics, there are plenty of application monitoring tools on the market today. They differ in many aspects...
Automation in banking: 6 considerations for digital...
Automation and banking have been two peas in a technological pod since the 1934 introduction of the IBM ® 801 Bank Proof machine, a check sorting machine. Later innovations like the automated teller machine and the debit card continued the banking automation trend of digitizing analog processes. With the advent of the internet, machine learning, and cloud computing, there are still so many automation opportunities to explore. For instance, using AI for risk assessment, automating the classification of unstructured data, or reducing manual work can help you increase the agility of the overall organization, improve the customer experience, and get new features and products to market much more rapidly. We’re going to explore six concepts to keep in mind for...
How to Choose a Process Automation Tool
All automation tools are not created equal. It’s important that you choose the right tool for the job.
CamundaCon 2021 Keynotes Revealed: Angie Jones &...
We’re excited to share two new keynote speakers who we just added to our CamundaCon 2021 agenda, each of whom will be leading important discussions related to process automation.
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...