CamundaCon 2024 in Berlin: end-to-end automation in action 

Press Release

March 27, 2024

CamundaCon will take place as a hybrid event on May 15 and 16 in Berlin. The focus will be on how automation and process orchestration can be successfully scaled to deliver tangible value across any organizations.

Berlin — Camunda, the leader in process orchestration, invites everyone who encounters automation in their enterprise to “CamundaCon – The Process Orchestration Conference” 2024. The conference takes place on May 15 and 16, 2024 at the WECC-Westhafen in Berlin and online. From CxOs and IT decision-makers to enterprise system and software architects or developers, the entire Camunda community will get together for this event. A variety of topics including application and success stories from different industries, interactive sessions and informative presentations guarantee that there will be something relevant for everyone. 

“In order to generate the greatest possible lasting value, automation efforts must go beyond point solutions,” said Jakob Freund, founder and CEO of Camunda. “Processes must be automated end-to-end across different departments and technology stacks, with technical and business outcomes always in mind to deliver tangible value. To unleash the full value of automation, process orchestration is essential. CamundaCon offers a platform to share expertise and best practices and learn how automation and process orchestration can take your business to the next level.”

What does CamundaCon 2024 offer?

The agenda of CamundaCon 2024 is filled with presentations on trending topics, practical use cases and in-depth technical sessions on automation and process orchestration. Highlights of the event include:

  • Opening keynote by Jakob Freund: Camunda’s CEO and founder will open the conference with an outlook on the future of the industry that shows what potential process orchestration holds and what strategy can be used to achieve it.
  • Technological visions by Bernd Rücker and Daniel Meyer: On the second day, founder and Chief Technologist Bernd Rücker and CTO Daniel Meyer will provide insights into the latest and upcoming innovations in the Camunda orchestration platform.
  • Sustainable software development with Sarah Hsu: Also on day two, Sarah Hsu, Chair of the Green Software Foundation and Site Reliability Engineer, will cover best practices for green software.
  • Transformative stories and technical deep dives: In other sessions, participants will be able to learn more about the use of BPMN at Deutsche Telekom or Deloitte’s architectural approach for the smooth migration to the latest Camunda platform.

There are also numerous event formats for collaboration:

  • Unconference: An interactive format by participants for participants. This session discusses technical challenges and business opportunities that are not (yet) on the official event agenda. 
  • Code Clinic: BPMN, Zeebe and Camunda experts answer questions from participants in live demonstrations. 
  • Hackday: Participants have the opportunity to come together in teams and work on interesting projects using Camunda. 
  • Camunda Partner Summit: The day before the official start of CamundaCon (May 14), a half-day event is held exclusively for Camunda partners. Under the motto “Process Orchestration Built Together”, participants discover new ways in which they can support their customers in orchestrating processes in their organizations.

Whether on site or online: The conference offers many opportunities for networking between speakers, participants and with representatives of sponsors such as BP3 Global, cimt, Cognizant, Incentro, J-IT, NTConsult, SCAI Tecno, Surge Technology and viadee.

Interested parties can register for the event at Registration for online participation is free, participation on site costs 199 euros. 

It is also possible to pre-register for CamundaCon in New York, which takes place in October. You can register at

About Camunda

Camunda enables organizations to orchestrate processes across people, systems, and devices to continuously overcome complexity and increase efficiency. A common visual language enables seamless collaboration between business and IT teams to design, automate, and improve end-to-end processes with the required speed, scale, and resilience to remain competitive. Hundreds of enterprises such as Atlassian, ING, and Vodafone orchestrate business-critical processes with Camunda to accelerate digital transformation. To learn more visit