It’s time for the second edition of “What’s New In Zeebe”, where we share an update of what we’re working on in between releases plus other news from the project.
In the past few weeks, we’ve mentioned Zeebe’s performance in horizontal scalability benchmarks that we run internally, but we haven’t yet explained how exactly we run these benchmarks. We decided we should take it one step further and open up the benchmark to anyone who wants to try it.
Update: On Monday, June 11, the Zeebe team released version 0.10.1 (download and changelog available here), a patch that fixes an issue with stream processing, and also released a 0.10.1 update for zbctl, the Zeebe command line interface (download and changelog available here).
The Zeebe team is pleased to announce the Zeebe 0.10.0 release, which includes:
Welcome to the first-ever edition of “What’s New In Zeebe”, where we share our progress on the journey of building Zeebe, the world’s first high-throughput, resilient, and horizontally-scalable workflow engine.
The Zeebe team is pleased to announce the Zeebe 0.9.0 release. In this post, we’ll provide a brief overview of release highlights along with resources to help you get started.