Camunda Team Blog

Camunda Optimize 1.0.0 Released

Written by Sebastian Stamm on , under Execution category.
Today we release the first version of a brand new product: Camunda Optimize. With Camunda BPM, we have a rock-solid, freaking fast execution engine with web-applications for administrators (Camunda Admin), operators (Camunda Cockpit) and end users (Camunda Tasklist). Camunda Optimize is an addition to Camunda BPM, that provides continuous monitoring and insights about your deployed business processes. This Big Data solution helps process owners to make informed decisions to optimize their processes.

Camunda BPM 7.7.0 Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.

Camunda BPM Platform 7.7.0 is here, greatly improving the technical operations of the platform.

The highlights are:

  • Automated, configurable “cleanup” of the history database to avoid large amounts of data
  • New features for Camunda Cockpit (monitoring of external tasks, direct deployment of processes, drill-down for monitoring metrics)
  • Drastic reduction of optimistic locking exceptions when using Job Executor
  • Process Instance Modification for large batches (via API)
  • Process Instance Restart API (single and batch)
  • Improved and more detailed documented security mechanisms
  • Additional technical supported environments (IBM WAS 9, PostgreSQL 9.6, MySQL 5.7).

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

List of known Issues.

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

New Official Extension: camunda-bpm-migration

Written by Malte Sörensen on , under Execution category.
Camunda BPM Migration is a framework for making process instance migration easier. It builds upon the migration functionality introduced in Camunda BPM 7.5. This is a great feature enabling the community to go boldly where few men have gone before ;) Typically, instance migration is avoided like the pest. It’s a pain. This feature, together with the migration extension, aims to ease that pain. What Does the Migration Extension Offer? Before answering that, let’s have a look what Camunda already provides.

Camunda BPM 7.7.0-alpha2 Released

Written by Daniel Meyer on , under Execution category.

Camunda BPM platform 7.7.0-alpha2 is here and it is packed with new features. The highlights are:

  • Deploy Processes, Decisions and Cases from Cockpit
  • Automatic cleanup of historic data based on TTL (docs)
  • Process Instance Restart in API (docs)
  • Additional Batch Operations in API (Modification, Restart and Set Retries for External Tasks) (docs)
  • Support for PostgreSQL 9.6 and MySQL 5.7 (docs)
  • 31 Bug Fixes

The complete release notes are available in Jira.

List of known Issues.

You can Download Camunda For Free or Run it with Docker.

Adding Custom Elements to the BPMN Properties Panel

Written by Vinod Louis on , under Modeling category.
Extending the BPMN properties panel to add custom elements. Goal In this article, we will try to add a custom element to the BPMN properties panel under the ‘General’ tab for a service task type component. To be precise, under the ‘General’ tab, in the details sections, if ‘Java Class’ is selected as implementation type, a text box appears below. Here the user is expected to enter the java class, but our goal is to replace the text box with a combo box, where the options are populated externally with JSON/API data.

Camunda BPM Camel 0.5.0 Released - External Task Support

Written by Stephan Pelikan on , under Community category.

The community extension Camunda BPM Camel seamlessly connects Camunda BPM and the intergration framework Apache Camel.

Next to minor changes, the new release adds support for consuming Camunda’s external tasks (introduced in Camunda 7.4.0) in the form of a Camel route endpoint. This is another level of technical decoupling and brings a lot of adventages.

More FEEL for Camunda

Written by Philipp Ossler on , under Community category.

I’m happy to announce the first release of the new community extension FEEL-Scala. FEEL is a part of the DMN specification of the OMG and stands for “Friendly Enough Expression Language”. It provides a simple data model and a syntax designed for a wide audience. The new community extension implements a large feature set of FEEL and replaces the default FEEL engine of the Camunda DMN engine.