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DMN is more than a Decision Table

Written by Philipp Ossler on , under Community category.

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.

Camunda Optimize 2.3.0-alpha1 Released

We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Optimize version 2.3.0-alpha1. You can find many improvements and features of the upcoming Optimize version 2.3.0 in this first alpha release: A completely redesigned Analysis page to help you to better make sense of the information provided on this page. The ability to delete old data with the history cleanup feature in order to keep the database size small. Warnings when a change you make to a report causes this report to no longer be qualified for alerts or combined reports.

Camunda 7.10.0-alpha5 Released

Written by Nikola Koevski on , under Execution category.

Camunda BPM 7.10.0-alpha5 is here and the highlights are:

  • Configure Business Key in Delegation Code
  • Fetch and Lock Based on Process Definition and Tenant
  • Wildfly support
  • 8 Bug Fixes

You can Download Camunda for free (click on Preview Release) or Run it with Docker.

If you are interested, you can see the complete release notes and the list of known issues.

If you want to dig in deeper, you can find the source code on GitHub.

The (Re-)Emergence of Workflow Automation

Written by Jakob Freund on , under General category.

This blog post is based on the keynote I presented at CamundaCon 2018. It covers these four points:

  • We’re all turning into technology companies.
  • Digital Transformation relies on Business Process Automation (BPA).
  • BPA is a technology puzzle that suits your business.
  • Workflow automation is always one piece of that puzzle.

I am going to elaborate on each point and describe how I see Camunda contributing to this general development.

Camunda Optimize 2.2.0 Released

For all of you who have been patiently awaiting Optimize 2.2.0 and are eager to try it out, we have some good news: the wait is over! Today, we’re happy to announce the latest Camunda Optimize release.

Optimize works alongside Camunda BPM to provide continuous monitoring and insights about your deployed business processes. Optimize tames huge quantities of data to help process owners make informed decisions to improve their processes. The new version allows for deeper analysis and comes with many improvements of Optimize’s continuous monitoring capabilities.

Version 2.2.0 is feature-rich, and highlights include:

  • Group by Variable
  • New durations operations
  • Combining reports
  • Process Parts
  • New filters
  • Night-time mode
  • UI/UX improvements
  • Define goal lines
  • Import complex variables
  • Secure Elasticsearch

Camunda Optimize 2.2.0-alpha2 Released

Written by Omran Abazeed, Johannes Heinemann on , under Camunda Optimize category.
We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Optimize version 2.2.0-alpha2. This release was mainly focused on improving the UI/UX of the application. The design of the Reports/Dashboards/Alerts lists were imrpovde. A Loading indicator is added throughout the application that appears everytime the data is being loaded from the server. Another interesting feature, is the night time mode in the dashboard view. There are also some performance imrprovements such as the caching of bpmn diagramns.

Camunda 7.10.0-alpha3 Released

Written by Yana Vasileva on , under Execution category.

Camunda BPM 7.10.0-alpha3 is here and the highlights are:

  • Extending “Handle External Task BPMN Error”
  • Complete Hierarchical History Cleanup
  • 9 Bug Fixes

Together with the third alpha of platform, we released also:

You can Download Camunda for free (click on Preview Release) or Run it with Docker.

If you are interested, you can see the complete release notes and the list of known issues.

If you want to dig in deeper, you can find the source code on GitHub.