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Recommending CMMN Activities

Written by Thorben Lindhauer on , under Execution category.

The Case Management Model and Notation (CMMN) standard deals with unstructured work that is performed in the context of a so-called case. A CMMN model specifies the frame in which a case is handled. It expresses design time considerations, such as hard restrictions when an activity can be performed or not. Aside from that, there are often soft patterns that only emerge at runtime based on case workers’ experience. Detecting such patterns and providing insights to case workers can make dedicated case management with CMMN and Camunda especially useful.

Camunda BPM 7.6.0-alpha4 Released

Camunda 7.6.0-alpha4 is here and it is packed with new features. The highlights are:

  • Batch Cancellation of Process Instances
  • CMMN Monitoring in Cockpit
  • New Home Page for the Webapplication
  • Improved Metrics API
  • 25 Bug Fixes

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

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Camunda BPM SpringBoot 1.3.0 released

Written by Jan Galinski, Oliver Steinhauer on , under Execution category.

Good news for all users of the Spring Boot community extension (and those who want to become users): Version 1.3.0 has been released!

The major changes are:

  • Introducing lifecycle events: ProcessApplicationStarted and ProcessApplicationStopped
  • Engine configuration based on ProcessEnginePlugin interface
  • Support for configuration properties not covered by CamundaBpmProperties

KPI Monitoring with Camunda

Written by Felix Müller on , under Community category.
Key performance indicators (KPIs) are the most important metric for analyzing statistical data of business processes: KPIs can not only be used to highlight efficiencies and inefficiencies in business processes, but they can help to subsequently improve specific activities in order to speed up process execution. Choosing the right KPIs and displaying the data in a simple and intuitive way is key for process improvement. One of the most common requirements for KPI monitoring is about time-sensitive business processes.