Camunda BPM 7.6 Release Webinar

December 1, 2016 at 05:00 PM (CET)

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This Webinar will also be held in German .

All the Highlights of Camunda BPM 7.6

Camunda BPM will be released on November 30. In this webinar we will present the new version and demonstrate the following highlights:

DMN - Decision Model and Notation

We have significantly improved Camunda's support for the DMN decision management standard:

  • Model and execute DRD (Decision Requirements Diagrams) in order to handle complex business decisions that consist of several decision tables
  • Usability improvements for the decision table editor which especially target business users
  • Improved performance of the DMN decision execution engine 

CMMN - Case Management Model and Notation

Camunda Cockpit now allows you to monitor CMMN case execution at runtime and in retrospection. Business users working with Camunda Tasklist can see where their current task is located within the overall case diagram.

Further Improvements

There are many more improvements that come with Camunda BPM 7.6, among them

  • Execution support for the BPMN conditional event 
  • Rolling upgrades for high availability during Camunda BPM version upgrades
  • User task reporting that lets you monitor your organization's workload
  • Support for expressions in signal event attributes
  • Technical usage statistics for the Camunda BPM platform

Presented by Jakob Freund, Daniel Meyer & Nico Rehwaldt

Jakob Freund has been active in the BPM space for more than 10 years, and specializes in the matter of business-IT-alignment. At Camunda, Jakob is responsible for the general management and the international business development.
Daniel Meyer is Technical Project Lead for Camunda BPM. His mission is to provide the best possible solution for developers who want to use BPM technology in their applications. His absolute passion is the usage of process engines in highload-scenarios.
Nico Rehwaldt is mainly active in the fields of web- and modeling tools at Camunda. More than a year ago he launched the bpmn.io project. Since then Camunda develops open and extendable BPMN tooling which allows a simple and effective use of the modeling notation to communicate process knowledge.
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