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Camunda

What is Camunda?

“Camunda BPM is an open-source, light-weight workflow and decision automation platform used for Business Process Management. The platform is furthermore used for communication in distributed systesm, distributed transactions, orchestration and decision automation.

Install Camunda

  • [How to Install Camunda Modeler on macOS using Homebrew][Install_Camunda_Modeler]
  • How to Install the Camunda Workflow Engine on macOS

Camunda Documentation

  • Camunda BPM Documentation

Model BPMN 2.0 using Camunda Modeler

Camunda REST Interfaces

A RESTful API is an application program interface (API) that uses HTTP requests to GET, PUT, POST and DELETE data. Camunda BPM also provides a REST API to allow other applications to communicate with it and perform a number of functions.

Admin Functions

Camunda Spring Boot

Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) Resources

“The Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) specification provides a graphical notation for specifying business processes in a Business Process Diagram. Its goal is to support Business Process Modeling by providing a standard notation that is comprehensible to business users yet represents complex process semantics for technical users.” ~ OMG

Case Management Model and Notation (CMMN) Resources

“Case Management Model and Notation™ (CMMN™) defines a common meta-model and notation for modeling and graphically expressing a case as well as an interchange format for exchanging case models among different tools. CMMN is intended to capture the common elements that case management products use, while also taking into account current research contributions on case management.” ~ OMG

Decision Model and Notation (DMN) Resources

“DMN is a modeling language and notation for the precise specification of business decisions and business rules. DMN is easily readable by the different types of people involved in decision management. These include: business people who specify the rules and monitor their application; business analysts.” ~ OMG