Registration is now open for CamundaCon LIVE – our free online process and workflow automation conference on April 23-24. Join us wherever you are in the world and connect live online with the Camunda Community.
Babylon’s mission is to put an accessible and affordable health service in the hands of every person on Earth. As one of the biggest general medical practices in the UK, as well as one of the leading companies providing healthcare services worldwide, it leverages Camunda to deliver the right treatment to individual patients, ensuring clinical safety across a complex human workflow management ecosystem.
Many vendors support the BPMN standard, but others do not. And even those vendors who support the BPMN standard will omit or extend aspects of it, which can create challenges when you attempt to migrate processes to Camunda. However, there’s a set of tools available to help you migrate processes developed in other vendor platforms.
We recently shared 3 Common Pitfalls in Microservice Integration - and how to avoid them and lots of you wanted more. So this four-part blog series takes us one step back to the things you’ll be considering before migrating to a microservices architecture and applying workflow automation. In this fourth and final post in the series, we’ll discuss why the physical ownership of process models is so important to ongoing success.
We are happy to announce, that Camunda BPM 7.13 (scheduled for the end of May) includes full coverage of FEEL 1.2 – for more DMN notation elements than before:
- Input Expressions
- Input Entries
- Output Entries
- Literal Expressions
We are proud to announce Camunda BPM Run, a new distribution of Camunda BPM that provides the Camunda web applications (Cockpit, Tasklist, Admin) and the REST API.
Camunda BPM Run is highly configurable and can be operated without any Java knowledge.
We recently shared 3 Common Pitfalls in Microservice Integration - and how to avoid them and lots of you wanted more. So this four-part blog series takes us one step back to the things you’ll be considering before migrating to a microservices architecture and applying workflow automation. In this third post in the series, we’ll dive deeper into architecture and discuss whether it’s better to run a workflow engine centralized or decentralized.
At MINEKO we automate the process for reviewing and validating private and commercial utility bills for tenants. We found that 81% of all utility bills issued in Germany are flawed. So we built a team of legal and automation experts to provide our customers with high quality legal checks on utility bills at a fraction of the costs of a lawyer.
We recently started using Camunda Cloud as part of Camunda’s private beta program. Our intention was to evaluate it for the traditional use case of running business processes, not knowing that it would completely change our thinking of design patterns regarding orchestration of microservices. This post describes our technical architecture in more depth, alongside the reasons we built it and would recommend it.
We are happy to share the second alpha release of Camunda BPM 7.13 with you!
This release features the following improvements:
- Job Execution with Managed Server Resources
- Query Jobs and Incidents by Failed Activity Ids
- Hostnames in Historic Job Log
- Full Coverage of DMN FEEL 1.2
- OpenAPI Documentation of REST API
- Camunda BPM Run
- 8 Bug Fixes
If you want to dig in deeper, you can find the source code on GitHub.