We are proud to announce the first preview of Camunda Modeler 3.0.0 release. This is the first pre-release of Camunda Modeler built upon new architecture. Besides the core refactoring, it ships several new features as well as important fixes.
Today we begin the next chapter of our story. I am thrilled to announce that Camunda has raised a €25 million Series A from Highland Europe - the first external funding in our ten-year history.
We are excited to announce the next release of the Camunda Spring Boot Starter - version 3.2.0.
An important highlight of this release is the use of Spring Boot 2.1.1, which includes support for JDK 11.
We’re excited to announce that Camunda BPM platform 7.10.0 is now available. Highlights from Camunda 7.10.0 include:
- History Cleanup across hierarchies
- Fetch and Lock External Tasks based on Process Definition and Tenant
- Extending the “Handle External Task BPMN Error” API
- Tasklist-startable Process Definitions
- Configure Business Key in Delegation Code
- Additional Supported Environments
- 89 Bug Fixes
Also included in the release:
This is the most tangible insight I took away from attending an RPA conference in London this week. It was actually stated by one of the keynote speakers (he literally said: “many organizations use RPA to delay their digital transformation.”).
I share this sentiment. Here is an RPA adoption journey that is not inevitable but can happen:
We are proud to announce the Camunda Modeler 2.2 release. This release improves the accessibility of all diagram editors, ships a number of important fixes and provides feature parity with Camunda BPM 7.10.
Decision tables are the most common element from DMN. They are easy to use and can solve many problems. However, DMN has more elements like Business Knowledge Models, Contexts, Literal Expressions, Function Definitions, Invocations and more.
In this post, I want to introduce the new extension for DMN and show how it can be used to model an example decision with the full power of DMN.