How to Achieve Developer-friendly, Resilient Workflow Automation with Camunda and Hazelcast
Workflow automation is essential for creating scalable business models. However, traditional Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) are often a millstone around developers’ necks. Even worse, their outdated technical architecture fails to meet today’s demand for scalability and resilience.
Camunda is a light-weight, open source platform for workflow and business process automation. It matches up perfectly with Java development and provides powerful business-IT-alignment based on BPMN 2.0. Camunda is written in Java and a perfect match for Java EE and Spring while providing a powerful REST API and script language support. In this webinar, we will show you how it all works and how to configure Camunda with Hazelcast to achieve scalability and resilience.
Niall Deehan, Consultant at Camunda BPM
Niall Deehan works as a consultant with Camunda BPM. He specializes in the implementation of executable BPMN models within the English-speaking world. His career has involved long stints as both a Java Developer and a Technical Analyst. He sees BPMN (and especially Camunda BPM) as a linguistic bridge between those two disciplines.
Daniel Meyer, Technical Lead at Camunda BPM