We’re excited to announce that Zeebe 0.13 is available for download.
After October’s 0.12, a substantial release that introduced new concepts to Zeebe and was months in the making, we’re back on a schedule of lighter, more regular releases for the time being. A couple of highlights from 0.13:
- Intermediate timer catch event: This is the first timer event to be introduced to Zeebe and a step toward the goals laid out in the Q42018 BPMN roadmap. Read more about the intermediate timer catch event in the documentation.
- HTTP Debug Exporter: An operability feature that adds a debug exporter that exposes an HTTP server for inspecting exported records. The records can be filtered by value type and full text search, and a record can be expanded to inspect its full content.
Here are a few other general product updates:
- Zeebe has a new roadmap page. You can find it here.
- We published a blog post about messages and message correlation in Zeebe (new in Zeebe 0.12). Learn more about how Zeebe handles messages.
- Missed us at our in-person events? Here’s a roundup of recordings of Zeebe talks at conferences around the globe, including CamundaCon and Kafka Summit.
- To those of you in and around Berlin, the Camunda User Group Meetup event on Tuesday, November 27 (hosted at Camunda HQ) will include a Zeebe presentation with a message correlation demo.
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