Camunda Team Blog

Camunda Optimize 2.0.0-alpha2 Released

Written by Johannes Heinemann on , under Camunda Optimize category.

We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Optimize version 2.0.0-alpha2. This release marks the second alpha release of Camunda Optimize 2.0.0. This version contains a lot of UI improvements as well as two new filter that help you narrow down your view on the process even further to really only see the data you want to see. Also more work on the dashboard was done. You are now able to resize your reports within the dashboard to arrange it to your needs. In addition to that an old acquaintance is back - the branch analysis - providing the possibility to perform a statistical analysis to get even deeper insight in your process behavior.

Camunda Review 2017

Written by Jakob Freund on , under Company category.
Here is a summary of how the Camunda company did in 2017. I hope you’ll enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it. Financials For our revenue growth 2013-2016, we’ve already been awarded by Deloitte as one of the 50 fastest growing tech companies in Germany, and one of the 500 fastest in EMEA. This year, we accelerated even more and grew the Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) by 89%.

Custom Queries

Written by Yana Vasileva on , under Execution category.
Why Custom Queries? The process engine offers a pretty straightforward and easy to use Java Query API. If you want to build a task list you just write something like this: @Inject private TaskService taskService; public List<Task> getAllTasks() { return taskService.createTaskQuery().taskAssignee("bernd").list(); } Easy as it is, there are basically two catches: You can only build queries that the API supports. You cannot add constraints on your domain objects. Let us give you a simple use case example, which we implemented in the custom-queries example: You have a process variable “customer” holding the customerId You have your own entity “Customer” with all the details Custom Query Domain Example So far, a pretty common situation (please note that the object diagram has been simplified to show the relevant aspects and doesn’t precisely correspond to the implementation classes).

Camunda Modeler 1.12.0-alpha-1 Released

Written by Philipp Fromme on , under Modeling category.

We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Modeler version 1.12.0-alpha-1. This release marks the first ever alpha release of the Camunda Modeler. It features a completely rewritten DMN modeling that is blazingly fast and handles big decision tables with ease.

Camunda BPM 7.8.0 Released

Written by Roman Smirnov on , under Execution category.

Camunda BPM Platform 7.8.0 is here, significantly improving the process engine’s performance.

Besides that, we have made numerous improvements for Cockpit. The highlights are:

  • Batch Operations for Process Restart, Suspend/Resume and State Modification
  • Deletion of Process Definitions
  • Inspecting and Editing JSON and XML variables
  • Seeing the number of technical incidents within a process diagram
  • Faster rendering of BPMN diagrams

Camunda Spring Boot Starter 2.3.0 Released

Written by Svetlana Dorokhova on , under Execution category.

We are excited to announce the first officially supported release of the Camunda Spring Boot Starter - v. 2.3.0.

Camunda Spring Boot Starter makes it super easy to include a ready-to-use, preconfigured Camunda engine in your Spring Boot application. It offers a very convenient way to adjust the most used configuration settings, but still allows to use the full power of configuration for experienced users.

Camunda BPM 7.8.0-alpha6 Released

Written by Roman Smirnov on , under Execution category.

Camunda BPM platform 7.8.0-alpha6 is here and it is packed with new features. The highlights are:

  • Significant improvement of engine’s performance due to batching of SQL Statements
  • Support for Microsoft Sql Server 2016 (docs)
  • Support for Microsoft Edge (docs)
  • 29 Bug Fixes

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

List of known Issues.

You can Download Camunda For Free

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

First Camunda Community Day in San Francisco

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Community category.
The first Camunda community day in San Francisco took place on November 9th. More than 80% of people registered actually dropped by which is really great considering that registration was free. It was great to welcome attendees from all over the bay area, including Autodesk, SAP, LinkedIn, Gainsight, Intuit and Zymergen. The highlight of the day was the presentation given by Jimmy Floyd from 24 Hour Fitness. 24 Hour Fitness “is the world’s largest (by memberships) privately owned and operated fitness center chain” (Wikipedia) with more than 400 locations.