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    • camunda BPM Webinar 7.0 Release (EN)
    •  Introduction  camunda BPM 7.0 Demo (Daniel Meyer)  camunda BPM 7.0 Highlights (Daniel Meyer)  Productization & Enterprise Support (Robert Gimbel)  Roadmap for 7.1 (Robert Gimbel)  Questions & Answers Agenda
    • Who is camunda? 201320122011201020092008 Consulting BPM Consulting, Seminars, Projects BPM Softwarevendor camunda fox 6.0 camunda BPM 7.0 Open Source Project
    • camunda BPM in a nutshell 2 31 4
    • Overview Engine Tasklist Custom Application Cockpit Cycle Technical Modeler Business Modeler Process Participant Technical / Business Monitoring & Operations Business Analyst Developer Database File Repository REST / Java API REST RESTREST / Java
    • camunda BPM 7.0 Demo
    • The highlights of camunda BPM 7.0: 1. cockpit webapplication for monitoring & operations 2. Runtime Container Integration 3. Improved Clustering 4. Rewrite of Process Engine History (Audit Event Log) 5. Activity Instance Model for Execution State camunda BPM 7.0
    • camunda cockpit: Webapplication for Monitoring & Operations −Seach for prozess instances −Inspect process instances −Repair process instances Bridge the Gap: Visuelles Process Monitoring for Business & IT camunda cockpit
    • - Process engine as container service: multi-application deployment - application server threading - Java EE 6/Spring Programing model & Infrastructure integration Extended scope: Framework for building a BPM Platform Runtime Container Integration Application Process Engine(s) Threading (Async) Redeploy at runtime Modularization, Versioning Processes + Java Classes + Libraries JMX, Apache Tomcat, jBoss App. Server, Glassfish App. Server, IBM App. Server Jboss Threads, JCA, CommonJ
    • Support for heterogeneous clusters Improved Clustering Orders Process Engine Orders Process Engine Consignment return Process Engine Shared DatabaseMonitoring Threading (Async) Threading (Async) Threading (Async)
    • −Event Oriented API (fire and forget) −Increased Performance (<28%), Reduced Index Size (<Factor 3) New Audit Event Log Database Running + Finished Process Instances Process Engine readwrite Runtime Datenbank Process Engine Event Stream write read Asynchronous Logging Polyglot Backends, Big Data, … camunda fox 6.0 camunda BPM 7.0
    • History Improvements Process Engine 1 Shared History Database Developed in collaboration with a large german retailer (customer) Process Engine 2 Process Engine 3 Asynchronous Write Cockpit (Monitoring) Runtime Database 1 Runtime Database 3
    • History Improvements Runtime Database Process Engine ReadWrite Relational Database Elastic Search Mongo DB Polyglot History Data Stores Now possible due to new History Event Stream API
    • Closer to BPMN 2.0 (required for camunda cockpit) Activity Instance Model http://camundabpm.blogspot.de/2013/06/introducing- activity-instance-model-to.html Activity Instance Tree ACTIVTY INSTANCE START ACTIVTY INSTANCE END Events need to be correlated Required for History Event Correlation
    • Productization - Community vs. Enterprise Edition - Maintenance - Support Roadmap 7.1 Productization & Roadmap Robert Gimbel Product Manager camunda BPM
    • Community vs. Enterprise Edition Community Edition Enterprise Edition License Apache License 2.0 commercial Source Code available  to customers Features Process Engine   + Distributions for Tomcat, JBoss, Glassfish   + Distributions for IBM Websphere AS, Oracle WLS  Modeler   Tasklist   Cycle   Cockpit   Consulting   Support  Maintenance (Bugfixes)  Legal Indemnification 
    • Maintenance: Bugfix Releases 7.0 7.1-alpha1 ... 7.1-alpha[x] 7.0.1 ... 7.0.[x] GA Release Development Release Maintenance Release 7.0 Community Edition Enterprise Edition 7.1 7.2-alpha1 ... 7.2-alpha[x] 7.1.1 ... 7.1.[x] 7.1 7.0.y ... 7.0.[z]
    • Support: SLA Editions Entry Standard Advanced Support-Contacts 2 2 2 Documentation    Critical Alerts    Service Packs    Issue Tracking    Number of Issues per Year max. 60 unbegrenzt unbegrenzt Hotline    Availability 8×5 8×5 24×7* Response Time* 16 business hours 8 business hours 2 clock hours* * depends on „issue severity“
    • issue severity levels Bedeutung Entry SLA Standard SLA Advanced SLA Availability Response Time Availability Response Time Availability Response Time 1 production system down or mission critical issues 8×5 16 business hours 8×5 8 business hours 24×7 2 clock hours 2 Production/Devel opment System Severely Impacted 8×5 16 business hours 8×5 8 business hours 8×5 2 business hours 3 Question/How- to/Enhancement 8×5 16 business hours 8×5 8 business hours 8×5 8 business hours
    • camunda Modeler  Stabilization  Attributes in Properties Panel  Eclipse Kepler Support camunda BPM platform  JBoss EAP 6.1/7.2  Cockpit History  Cockpit Plugin Framework  Cycle connectors  Tasklist 2.0  Improved Task Forms  Process Authorization  Job Priorities  BPMN-Support Roadmap 7.1
    • Vielen Dank! camunda services GmbH Zossener Str. 55-58 10961 Berlin Telefon: +49 30 664 0409-00 Telefax: +49 30 664 0409-29 Email: info@camunda.com www.bpm-guide.de Der Praxis-Blog zu BPM: @camunda.com Daniel Meyer daniel.meyer