Today, we’re excited to announce the Zeebe 0.12 release.
This release marks significant progress in Zeebe’s BPMN support and also introduces new concepts that make Zeebe a simpler and more focused system.
Want to get started right away? Check out the Zeebe installation guide: https://docs.zeebe.io/introduction/install.html
If you’d like to learn more, take a look at our release announcement (https://zeebe.io/blog/2018/10/zeebe-0-12-release-is-available/) where we cover what’s included in Zeebe 0.12.
A few highlights from the release:
Messages: Support for BPMN’s Intermediate Message Catching Event and Receive Task, which make it possible for Zeebe to correlate incoming messages with a specific workflow instance and to operate within an event-driven architecture.
More BPMN: Support for the parallel gateway, which enables parallel processing in Zeebe workflows, and the embedded subprocess, which will provide a new scope for events thrown during the execution of a process.
Workflow data exporter: Zeebe now includes an exporter system for streaming historic workflow data out of Zeebe and into a storage system of your choice. And 0.12 ships with a ready-to-go Elasticsearch exporter.
A lighter, simpler Zeebe: This release also introduces some key conceptual changes to Zeebe, which we cover in the release announcement. Along with the exporter, highlights include thin and more manageable clients, a new gateway, and the ability to deploy Zeebe as a static system.
If you have questions or comments about the release, please let us know. The Community page on the Zeebe site lists a number of ways to get in touch with us.
The Zeebe Team