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Camunda BPM is the leading open-source platform for workflow and decision automation. For developer friendly organisations, it is becoming the de facto standard for business process automation. Yet, there is always room for improvement. Can we further optimize Camunda for high-volume, mission critical scenarios? Can we improve the modeling experience? Can we make BPMN execution even more powerful? Yes, we can. And there’s more. Continuous improvement is at the heart of what we do.

Join this webinar with Camunda’s CTO, Daniel Meyer, as he discusses the workflow enhancements and operational efficiencies coming in our 7.12 release and corresponding value they deliver to Camunda customers and the Camunda community. In this webinar, you’ll learn more about:

• Enhanced BPMN execution: support for triggering BPMN Error and Escalation events from user tasks and time-triggered listeners as well as improvements to the task listener lifecycle

• Enhanced administration: annotate operations with comments and inspect documentation on BPMN elements in Cockpit

• Improved operations: Powerful additions to the logging API, updated Docker Container, running Camunda BPM in Kubernetes and additional supported environments (Java 13, Wildfly 17 / 18)

• Improved modeling: support for BPMN Groups and Grid Snapping as well as enhancements to navigation, editing, and deployment of processes from the modeler

Camunda BPM is the leading open-source platform for workflow and decision automation. For developer friendly organisations, it is becoming the de facto standard for business process automation. Yet, there is always room for improvement. Can we further optimize Camunda for high-volume, mission critical scenarios? Can we improve the modeling experience? Can we make BPMN execution even more powerful? Yes, we can. And there’s more. Continuous improvement is at the heart of what we do.

Join this webinar with Camunda’s CTO, Daniel Meyer, as he discusses the workflow enhancements and operational efficiencies coming in our 7.12 release and corresponding value they deliver to Camunda customers and the Camunda community. In this webinar, you’ll learn more about:

• Enhanced BPMN execution: support for triggering BPMN Error and Escalation events from user tasks and time-triggered listeners as well as improvements to the task listener lifecycle

• Enhanced administration: annotate operations with comments and inspect documentation on BPMN elements in Cockpit

• Improved operations: Powerful additions to the logging API, updated Docker Container, running Camunda BPM in Kubernetes and additional supported environments (Java 13, Wildfly 17 / 18)

• Improved modeling: support for BPMN Groups and Grid Snapping as well as enhancements to navigation, editing, and deployment of processes from the modeler

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Camunda BPM 7.12 Release Webinar

  1. 1. New Capabilities for Workflow Management and Enterprise Operations Introducing Camunda BPM 7.12
  2. 2. Welcome 2 Daniel Meyer CTO Camunda Thorben Lindhauer Engineering Manager Camunda BPM Nico Rehwaldt Principal Software Engineer Camunda Modeler Niall Deehan Developer Advocate Camunda
  3. 3. Housekeeping 3 ● The webinar is being recorded ● The recording and slides will be made available after the webinar ● Please post questions via the GoToWebinar control panel
  4. 4. Overview Introduction Highlights of Camunda 7.12 Enhanced BPMN Execution Enhanced Administration & Operations Improved Modeling Optimize & Cawemo Improvements Community Update Q&A 4
  5. 5. The Camunda Stack 5 Model Execute Improve
  6. 6. Main Technical Use Cases 6 Human Workflow Management E2E Straight- Through Processing Microservices Orchestration Events Processing / High Throughput Centralized Automation Platform RPA Bot Orchestration
  7. 7. Ensuring Structure in a Human Task focused Process Source: https://www.slideshare.net/camunda/camundacon-2018-profile-print-and-explorative-data-mining-duni-viadee Human Workflow Management
  8. 8. Source: https://www.slideshare.net/camunda/camundacon-2018-our-journey-to-the-digital-world-of-insurance-talanx E2E Straight- Through Processing
  9. 9. High Throughput Processing Source: https://www.slideshare.net/camunda/camundacon-2018-workflow-automation-at-scale High Throughput
  10. 10. Overview Introduction Highlights of Camunda 7.12 Enhanced BPMN Execution Enhanced Administration & Operations Improved Modeling Optimize & Cawemo Improvements Community Update Q&A 10
  11. 11. Camunda BPM 7.12 11 2013 2014 2015 ... 2019 2020 Nov 30 May 31 Nov 30 May 31 Nov 30 ... May 31 Nov 30 May 31 Nov 30 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 ... 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 ● 6 Months of Development ● 60+ Camunda Software Engineers ● 60+ External Contributors ● 450+ JIRA Tickets
  12. 12. 12 Time-triggered Task Listeners Introduced a new User Task listener: TIMEOUT Ability to schedule a listener to fire on a User Task Use Case examples: ● Reminders ● Re-assignments ● Escalation that do not have to be visible in the diagram https://docs.camunda.org/manual/latest/user-guide/process-engine/delegation-code/#task-listener
  13. 13. 13 Event-Driven Task Updates Introduced a new User Task listener: UPDATE Use Case: subscribe to all updates (Including assignments, completion and others) on a particular user task. Helpful for ● Reactive UIs ● Building external user task services ● Reporting Process Engine Reactive UI External User Task Service Reporting Systems updates
  14. 14. 14 BPMN Error and Escalation Events on User Tasks Directly use BPMN Error and Escalation Events on User Tasks, trigger using Task Service API. Enables more powerful task management applications and UIs. Escalation and error handling logic can be specified directly in BPMN and made visible https://docs.camunda.org/manual/latest/reference/bpmn20/tasks/user-task/#reporting-bpmn-error https://docs.camunda.org/manual/latest/reference/bpmn20/tasks/user-task/#reporting-bpmn-escalation
  15. 15. Overview Introduction Highlights of Camunda 7.12 Enhanced BPMN Execution Enhanced Administration & Operations Improved Modeling Optimize & Cawemo Improvements Community Update Q&A 15
  16. 16. 16 Annotate Operations with Comments Feature Being able to provide comments for operations performed in Cockpit Example Scenarios Document why you need to cancel / restart / modify a process instance Link operations executed in cockpit to external incident tracking systems Context Advanced operations practice (Tiered operations with 1st, 2nd, 3rd level operators, ...)
  17. 17. 17 Ability to inspect BPMN Documentation in Cockpit Feature Being able to look at documentation for certain BPMN elements in Cockpit Example Scenarios Look at information about which external system is called Understand which data is accessed Context Compliance in regulated industries (Financial Institutions …) Advanced operations practice (Tiered operations with 1st, 2nd, 3rd level operators, ...)
  18. 18. 18 Contextual Process Data in Logging Feature Add process context to log statements Example Scenarios Understand from which BPMN process step a log statement originates Relate stack traces to steps in the process Value Get more effective Error analysis and process tracking Yet another way to leverage explicitly modeled BPMN process during operations Community Extension Idea: BPMN plugin for your favorite logging tool? 17:56:10.628 INFO o.c.b.e.r.LoggingListener - Order created successfully [activityId=SubmitOrder, processInstanceId=1b5deba4-1523-11ea-ad7a-7e7a91cc35df]
  19. 19. Support for latest databases and application server versions 19 Added Support for - Java 13 (Camunda is now supported on Java 8-13) - Wildfly 17 & 18 (Camunda is now supported on Wildfly 10 - 18) Coming up - Oracle 19c Discontinued Legacy Environments - https://blog.camunda.com/post/2019/11/camunda-bpm-7120-alpha5-released/
  20. 20. Overview Introduction Highlights of Camunda 7.12 Enhanced BPMN Execution Enhanced Administration & Operations Improved Modeling Optimize & Cawemo Improvements Community Update Q&A 20
  21. 21. Camunda Modeler (current version = 3.5) 21 ● Major BPMN editing improvements ○ BPMN groups, two-step copy and paste, grid snapping, attach intermediate / detach boundary events, improved diagram navigation, alignment utilities, and more ● Minor DMN editing quality of life improvements ● Improved deployment to Camunda ○ Remember configured deployment details ○ Background check if Camunda engine is reachable ○ Better deployment errors ● Support for Camunda Platform 7.12 Follow all releases on the Camunda blog: https://blog.camunda.com/tags/camunda-modeler/
  22. 22. Camunda Modeler: BPMN Group Support 22
  23. 23. Camunda Modeler: Grid Snapping and Improved Alignment Utilities 23
  24. 24. Camunda Modeler: Attach Intermediate Events 24
  25. 25. Camunda Modeler: DMN Editing Improvements 25
  26. 26. Camunda Modeler: Improved Deployment to Engine 26
  27. 27. Overview Introduction Highlights of Camunda 7.12 Enhanced BPMN Execution Enhanced Administration & Operations Improved Modeling Optimize & Cawemo Improvements Community Update Q&A 27
  28. 28. Optimize 2.6: Enhanced Reporting 28 ● Multi-Version Support for Process and Decision Reports ● Durations for Running Process Instances ● New User Task Assignee & Candidate Group Reports ● Improved Support for Undefined and Null Variable Values Webinar Recording https://vimeo.com/365704119
  29. 29. Optimize 2.6: Outlier Analysis 29 One Use case: Easily identify process instances where certain flow node instances are taking significantly longer than others Webinar Recording https://vimeo.com/365704119
  30. 30. 30 Cawemo: Modeler and Workflow Engine Integration Presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AktOF_Hsgzo Exchange Models Cawemo Camunda Modeler Workflow Engine
  31. 31. Cawemo: tracking changes to processes 31 Presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AktOF_Hsgzo
  32. 32. Overview Introduction Highlights of Camunda 7.12 Enhanced BPMN Execution Enhanced Administration & Operations Improved Modeling Optimize & Cawemo Improvements Community Update Q&A 32
  33. 33. 33 Join the Camunda Forum 33 https://forum.camunda.org Influencing the 7.13 roadmap ● Rest endpoints ● JSON Objects ● Front End Integration Camunda Comrades
  34. 34. Build a Community Extension 34 Camunda Keycloak Extension: https://github.com/camunda/camunda-bpm-i dentity-keycloak Camunda GraphQL Extension https://github.com/camunda/camunda-bpm-g raphql
  35. 35. 27 local Camunda User groups with > 2,581 Members on Meetup 35 https://www.meetup.com/topics/camunda/
  36. 36. 36 Upcoming Events Camunda Events December 3 Munich, Germany December 10 Hamburg, Germany December 12 Sundsvall, Sweden January 21 Fort Lauderdale, USA January 22 Frankfurt, Germany community@camunda.com
  37. 37. New Community Content 37 https://start.camunda.com/ https://github.com/camunda-consulting/code/tree/ master/snippets/bpmndi-generator
  38. 38. What to expect in the next 6 months 38 Camunda User Groups Camunda Community Events New Tutorial Videos Guidelines for community contributions
  39. 39. Overview Camunda BPM Introduction Highlights of Camunda 7.12 Enhanced BPMN Execution Enhanced Administration & Operations Improved Modeling Cawemo & Optimize Update Community Update Q&A 39
  40. 40. Questions? 40 Open Source Community Platform and free 30-Day Enterprise Platform trial Get started with the free online modeling tool Cawemo https://cawemo.com/ https://camunda.com/download/
  41. 41. Thank you

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