Releases

Announcing the Zeebe 0.21 Release

by Josh Wulf on Oct 9 2019 in Releases.

Today, we’re happy to announce the release of Zeebe 0.21 and Operate 1.1.0. Refer to the Zeebe docs for instructions to download a release. In this blog post we’ll highlight the changes since the 0.20 release. New and Changed in Zeebe 0.21 New and Changed in Zeebe Modeler 0.7.0 New and Changed in Operate 1.1.0 New and Changed in Zeebe 0.21 Java 11 TLS Support on Gateway and Clients OAuth Support in Clients Broker Backpressure Long-polling Workers New BPMN Symbol: Multi-instance subprocess Java 11 Prior to 0. Read more…

Announcing Camunda Cloud

by Mike Winters on Sep 12 2019 in Releases.

Today at CamundaCon, our CTO Daniel Meyer (who also happens to have written more than 100,000 lines of Zeebe code) unveiled Camunda Cloud.

This is a big step for Camunda. It’s the first time in the company’s history that we’re offering a workflow service in the cloud, and we’re super excited to be starting down this path.

And we’re sharing the news here on the Zeebe blog because Zeebe is the workflow engine that sits at the heart of Camunda Cloud.

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Announcing the Zeebe and Operate Alpha Releases - August 2019

by Mike Winters on Aug 12 2019 in Releases.

Today, we’re happy to announce the release of Zeebe 0.21.0-alpha1 and Operate 1.1.0-alpha1.

This is the first release for both products since our production readiness announcement in mid-July 2019, and we’re excited to show you what we’ve been up to.

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Announcing Zeebe 0.20.0: From Developer Preview To Production Ready

by Mike Winters on Jul 17 2019 in Releases.

After more than two years of development, we’re excited to announce the release of Zeebe 0.20.0. This is the first release where we’ve removed the “developer preview” label from Zeebe and are designating Zeebe as “production ready”. It’s a major milestone for the project.

In 2017, we created a dedicated team at Camunda with a vision to build a new workflow engine for high-performance applications running on modern, cloud-native software architectures. With Zeebe 0.20.0, we’ve taken a big step toward fulfilling that vision.

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Announcing the June 2019 Zeebe and Operate Releases

by Mike Winters on Jun 12 2019 in Releases.

The Zeebe and Operate teams are excited to announce the release of Zeebe 0.18.0 and Operate-1.0.0-alpha11. You can download the Zeebe and Operate distributions here.

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Announcing the Operate Alpha Release - May 2019 Edition

by Mike Winters on May 9 2019 in Releases.

The Operate team is excited to announce our May 2019 alpha release, Operate-1.0.0-alpha10. This is the first alpha release since we made an Operate preview publicly available in April 2019. You can download the Operate distribution here. It’s labeled camunda-operate-alpha10-1.0.0 and is listed under the same GitHub release as Zeebe 0.17.0 and Operate-1.0.0-RC3, the Operate release from the beginning of April.

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Announcing the Operate Preview Release: Monitoring and Managing Cross-Microservice Workflows

by Mike Winters on Apr 9 2019 in Releases.

Today, we’re excited to announce a first-ever preview release of Camunda Operate, a tool that was purpose-built for monitoring and troubleshooting workflows running in Zeebe.

The Operate preview is being made available under a trial license that allows for unrestricted use in non-production environments.

In this post, we’ll describe the vision behind Operate, show you how to get started, and explain the Operate license in more detail.

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Announcing the Zeebe 0.17 Release

by Mike Winters on Apr 3 2019 in Releases.

The Zeebe team is happy to announce the 0.17 release. You can download Zeebe 0.17 from the release page on Github.

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Announcing the Zeebe 0.16 Release

by Mike Winters on Mar 18 2019 in Releases.

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. Read more…

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

by Mike Winters on Feb 12 2019 in Releases.

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. Read more…