Camunda Team Blog


Deploying Camunda BPM to Azure Container Service via CLI in 5 Minutes

Written by Rob Emsbach on , under Community category.

This article shows the fastest way to get a Camunda BPM server running on Microsoft Azure with command line usage. You should be comfortable with using a command-line interface (CLI), otherwise please switch to my blog “Anyone can run Camunda BPM on Azure in 10 Minutes”.

The resulting server will be suitable as a (shared, insecure) playground accessible via the internet. It is not a secure setup suitable for production usage. A technical operator setting up a production system would certainly approach things differently and possibly choose different Azure services.

Introducing the Camunda Cloud Early Access Program

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Community category.

At CamundaCon Live today, I was thrilled to unveil the next step on the Camunda Cloud roadmap - the Camunda Cloud Early Access Program. Now your team can get started on Camunda Cloud, running your clusters with more resources, a higher replication factor and a higher partition count.

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.