September 17, 2015 at 11:45 AM, Berlin
September 17, 2015 at 11:45 AM
Camunda Services GmbH, Zossener Strasse 55-58, 10961 Berlin (Googlemaps)
This year's all-day Community Day at Camunda HQ will give you the latest of what is new at Camunda - expect a lot of Camunda BPM in action, input from community contributors, reports from Camunda BPM clients and a lot more. We will make sure that you won't suffer from hunger or thirst and as always will end the day in one of the beergardens nearby.
|When||What and Who|
|11:45-12:30||Welcome reception incl. lunch buffet|
|Camunda BPM in action|
Achieving continuous operation excellence on a foundation of change.
Robert Parker, Australia Post
In a technical landscape characterized by software upgrades, patches, failures and load spikes, continuous systems operation may seem unachievable. However, today’s connected customers expect uninterrupted access to business services. These patterns and considerations can help you obtain continuous and performant operation in a shared engine environment.
Camunda BPM in Distributed Applications - Integration, resilience and fault tolerance challenges
Joerg Sauer, Allianz Indonesia
This talk will present some of the challenges, lessons learned, solutions and future steps Allianz Indonesia has respectively is experience integrating Camunda BPM into their growing application landscape. Coming from a brief historical background we will dive into real world problems and how to overcome them. Lessons learned will touch on aspects easily overlooked and learned the hard way by experiencing production incidents. The talk will conclude with engaging the audience in sharing their experiences and solutions for similar or related issues.
Camunda BPM at Zalando: Order Processing at scale
Joern Horstmann and Lukas Niemeier, Zalando AG
At Zalando we use Camunda BPM for order execution. In this talk we provide a sneak peek behind the scenes of our order processing and show how we achieve horizontal scalability in our architecture.
Camunda and Apache Cassandra
Stan Levine, ContextSpace
ContextSpace is working to develop and support an open source implementation of the Camunda core engine that persists all if its data to Cassandra. This development addresses issues of ACID as well as approaches to lock management. ContextSpace plans to integrate this implementation with its own product offering in order to expose data and events generated from its identity, security, roles, messaging and contextual user activities to be managed by Camunda-driven business processes.
in|FLOW featuring bpmn.js: digital asset management with BPMN and Xquery
Sebastian Wiemer and Florian Eckey, adesso AG
in|FLOW is a digital asset management system featuring bpmn.js as a core component to model the core business logic in BPMN. In its final state in|FLOW will be able to directly execute the BPMNs modeled with bpmn.js without having to install or compile the BPMN workflow and support customizable web pages for each activity in BPMN.
|14:45-15:30||Community Award + Coffee break|
|Camunda BPM from the source|
Docker & Camunda - A match made in Heaven
Sebastian Menski, Camunda Services GmbH
Containerize and run your BPMN processes and Workflows with Docker and Camunda
Spring Boot & Camunda - lightweight process implementation
Christian Lipphardt, Camunda Services GmbH
See how easy it is to use the Camunda BPMN Workflow Engine in a Spring Boot Application.
bpmn.io – Camunda's flexible web based Modeling Toolkit
Nico Rehwaldt, Camunda Services GmbH
This talk presents bpmn.io, a tookit for visualizing and modeling BPMN in the browser and gives a sneak preview on how custom BPMN modeling tools can be built on top of it.
Camunda BPM 7.4 - What can you expect from the next release?
Daniel Meyer, Camunda Services GmbH
Daniel will give a short preview of the next Camunda release.
The Hack Session
Daniel Meyer and Nico Rehwaldt, Camunda Services GmbH
Nico and Daniel will develop a prototype web application including bpmn.io, Spring Boot, Docker and much more.
Camunda BPM Workbench - Interactive web based process modelling and execution
Daniel Meyer and Nico Rehwaldt, Camunda Services GmbH
Camunda Workbench is a prototype for interactive process modeling and implementation in the browser. In Workbench you can
|Q&A-session and beers|
|17:30-18:00||Ask the core developer team everything you always wanted to know.|
|18:00-???||More beer and food @ Brauhaus Südstern|
Please note that this event will be held in English. / Bitte beachten Sie, dass dies ein englischsprachiges Event ist.
Slides: Camunda BPM in Distributed Applications, Joerg Sauer, Allianz Indonesia
Slides: Camunda BPM at Zalando: Order Processing at scale, Joern Horstmann, Zalando AG
Slides: Camunda and Apache Cassandra, Stan Levine, ContextSpace
Slides: Docker & Camunda - A match made in Heaven, Sebastian Menski, Camunda Services GmbH
GitHub repository: bpmn.io - Camunda's flexible web based Modeling Toolkit, Nico Rehwaldt, Camunda Services GmbH
Slides: Camunda BPM 7.4 - What can you expect from the next release?, Daniel Meyer, Camunda Services GmbH
Slides: The Hack Session, Daniel Meyer and Nico Rehwaldt, Camunda Services GmbH
Recording: Achieving continuous operation excellence on a foundation of change, Robert Parker, Australia Post
Recording: Camunda BPM in Distributed Applications, Joerg Sauer, Allianz Indonesia
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