BPMN Support in Zeebe Through 0.16: A Quick Primer

Written by Mike Winters on in the Zeebe Resources category.
Zeebe 0.15, released at the beginning of February 2019, shipped with new BPMN features, including message and timer start events and non-interrupting message and timer boundary events. The Zeebe team has made significant progress on BPMN coverage in the last few releases, and when it comes to the near-term Zeebe BPMN roadmap, the 0.15 features are the last of what’s planned in preparation of a production-ready Zeebe release in mid-2019.

Announcing the Zeebe 0.16 Release

Written by Mike Winters on in the Releases category.
The Zeebe team is happy to announce the 0.16 release. You can download Zeebe 0.16 from the release page on Github. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the highlights from the release and share other 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 user forum on an ongoing basis, and we’d love to hear from you.

Announcing the Zeebe 0.15 Release: Start Events, Boundary Events, and More

Written by Mike Winters on in the Releases category.
The Zeebe team is happy to announce the 0.15 release. You can download Zeebe 0.15 from the release page on Github. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the highlights from the release and share other 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 user forum on an ongoing basis, and we’d love to hear from you.

Zeebe in 2018: The Year In Review

Written by Mike Winters on in the Community category.

As the year comes to a close, we’ll take a moment to review what was accomplished in Zeebe in 2018 and discuss what’s next to come.

2018 was an exciting year with many new features and significant conceptual updates that changed the scope of Zeebe. We’ll cover both in this post, and we’ll also talk about our efforts to spread the word about Zeebe around the globe.

The Microservices Workflow Automation Cheat Sheet

Written by Bernd Rücker on in the Best Practices category.
Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on Bernd Rücker’s blog and was cross-posted here with Bernd’s permission. Thanks Bernd! Your company might want to go for a microservice architecture and apply workflow automation (I do not go into the motivation why in this blog post, but you might want to read about 5 Workflow Automation Use Cases You Might Not Have Considered or BizDevOps — the true value proposition of workflow engines.

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.