Announcing the Zeebe 0.14 Release and a Year-End Zeebe Webinar

Written by Mike Winters on in the Releases category.
The Zeebe team is excited to announce the 0.14 release. You can download 0.14 from the release page on Github. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the highlights from the release and other project updates. We’d also like to let you know that next Thursday, December 13, we’ll be hosting a Zeebe webinar where we discuss recent Zeebe features and what’s coming next. You can register for the webinar here.

Generating a Zeebe-Python Client Stub in Less Than An Hour: A gRPC + Zeebe Tutorial

Written by Mike Winters and Sebastian Menski on in the Inside Zeebe category.
The high points: Starting in Zeebe 0.12, Zeebe clients communicate with brokers via a stateless gRPC gateway, with Protocol Buffers used as the interface design language and message interchange format. gRPC makes it easy to generate a “client stub” in any of ten supported programming languages; this means it’s possible to use Zeebe in applications written in not only Java and Go–the languages with officially-supported Zeebe clients–but also Python, Ruby, C#, PHP, and more.

Announcing the Zeebe 0.13 Release (Plus Other Project Updates)

Written by Mike Winters on in the Releases category.
The Zeebe team is excited to announce the 0.13 release. You can download 0.13 from the release page on Github. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the highlights from the release and other general project updates. Questions? Feedback? The Community page on our website lists a number of ways that you can get in touch with us. We monitor and respond to messages on the Slack group and support forum on an regular basis, and we’d love to hear from you.

Event-Driven Orchestration: Message Events and Message Correlation in Zeebe

Written by Mike Winters on in the Inside Zeebe category.
Zeebe 0.12 supports message events, making it easy to use Zeebe as part of an event-driven architecture; workflow instances can to respond to events published by external systems. And Zeebe handles all of the heavy lifting related to correlating a message to a workflow instance: buffering incoming messages, opening a subscription to receive messages that match with active workflow instances, and correlating a message (when one exists) to a workflow instance that has arrived at a message event.

Announcing the Zeebe 0.12 Release: Message Correlation, Parallel Processing, and More

Written by Mike Winters on in the Releases category.

The Zeebe team is excited to announce the 0.12 release. To get started with Zeebe 0.12, please see our installation guide.

It’s been 3 months since the Zeebe 0.11 release, and we’ve been hard at work adding new BPMN symbols that will enable Zeebe to support a range of new use cases.

The 0.12 release also includes a number of architectural changes to Zeebe that make it a much simpler system that’s more focused on its core use case: high-throughput, low-latency workflow automation.

An Overview of Conceptual Changes in Zeebe 0.12

Written by Mike Winters on in the Releases category.

If you’ve already read the Zeebe 0.12 release announcement, then you know that in addition to significant advancements in BPMN support, Zeebe 0.12 includes changes to the scope of the problem that Zeebe solves and introduces a couple of new concepts.

In this post, we’ll walk through those changes in more detail so that it’s clear what’s different about Zeebe and why we’ve decided to take a different approach.