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.
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.
Hi everyone, here’s our roundup of goings-on in and around the Zeebe project for September 2018. This month, we’ll cover newly-supported BPMN symbols in Zeebe, a Zeebe + Apache Kafka demo, conference talk recordings featuring Bernd, and more.
In this blog post, we’ll share a few highlights from the microservices orchestration survey that we fielded in July 2018. If you’d like to download a report with results, you can do so here.
Hello Zeebe community! We’re back with a “What’s New” post for August 2018 where we’ll share updates about features in Zeebe, upcoming events where you can meet our team, and other general happenings in the project.