Camunda Team Blog

Camunda BPM - Session Management in Cloud Environments

Written by Lars Lange on , under Community category.
In the last few years we’ve noticed many of our users are migrating from bare-metal infrastructures to cloud-based ones. While the cloud has overcome several limitations of the traditional infrastructure, other problems arise when deploying your microservices in environments that have the possibility to scale up and down dynamically based on workload. When deploying Camunda BPM, the first problem that you will encounter will be, most probably, session management.While this is easily solvable in traditional environments by using sticky sessions, the same solution does not apply when you deal with cloud environments like, Kubernetes.

Camunda BPM 7.11.0 Released

Written by Camunda BPM Team on , under Execution category.

We are excited to announce that Camunda BPM platform 7.11.0 is now available. Highlights from Camunda 7.11.0 include:

  • Operator Authorizations
  • Operator and Admin Auditing
  • Return Variables on Task Completion / Form Submission / Message Correlation
  • Asynchronously set Removal Time on Historical Data
  • BPMN Error Event Triggering from Execution Listeners
  • Fluent Java Testing API
  • Additional Supported Environments
  • 92 Bug Fixes

You can download Camunda 7.11.0 for free or run it with Docker.

Also included in the release:

Camunda Optimize 2.5.0-alpha2 Released

Written by Felix Mueller on , under Camunda Optimize category.

We are happy to announce the release of Camunda Optimize version 2.5.0-alpha2. You can find improvements and features from the upcoming Optimize version 2.5.0 in this second alpha release. The highlights are:

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

Class Not Found? There’s a simple solution

Written by Bernd Rücker on , under Community category.

Generali Switzerland deployed Camunda BPM to production in less than six months, with no prior BPMN knowledge. You’ll find some more details about it in this case study. But integrating and deploying a new tool into your own technical environment is never entirely smooth sailing. In this blog post, we share how Generali’s engineering team was able to troubleshoot issues around running multiple workflow engines in their microservices architecture. You might also want to watch Generali’s presentation at CamundaCon 2018.

Camunda BPM 7.11.0-alpha4 Released

Written by Camunda BPM Team on , under Execution category.

Camunda BPM 7.11.0-alpha4 is here and the highlights are:

  • Change the Removal Time for Historic Processes
  • Engine Wide History Time to Live
  • More User Operation Log Entries
  • Support for Password Policies
  • Tasklist: Case-Insensitive Task Queries
  • 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.

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

How to run Camunda on Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF)

Written by Bernd Rücker on , under Community category.

Camunda is a popular open source workflow engine that’s very lightweight and developer friendly. If you’re developing in Java you can use it embedded e.g. in Spring Boot applications. Otherwise you simply leverage its REST APIs and language clients, so Camunda can also be used in other programming languages. It can be integrated with basically every technology, including e.g. Kafka, RabbitMQ, REST or SOAP.

Using React Forms with Tasklist

Written by Martin Stamm on , under Community category.

Camunda’s Tasklist is excellent when you have user tasks and don’t want to use or build a custom solution. Embedded Forms offer great flexibility when it comes to designing user interfaces. In recent years, React became one of the most popular libraries for building user interfaces. In this blog post, I will show you how to use React forms together with Tasklist.

DevOps Pro Europe

Written by Andrea Giardini on , under Community category.

We’ve just returned from DevOps Pro Europe in Vilnius, Lithuania. This conference focuses on DevOps approaches, tools and methodologies. Many companies attend this event to gain insight into how they can grow their team and get updates about new technologies.