We’re happy to announce that Zeebe 0.14 is available for download
A few highlights from Zeebe 0.14:
Interrupting boundary message and timer events: For the first time, Zeebe now supports interrupting boundary events. This greatly expands the business logic that can be expressed with Zeebe’s supported BPMN.
Event-based gateway: The event-based gateway routes not according to payload data, but instead, based on which of multiple events occurs first.
Job error message for failed jobs: Users can now optionally specify an error message on a job fail command, a first step into providing more insight as to why a job failed.
We cover these features in more detail in the release blog post.
One other announcement: on Thursday, December 13 at 5:00PM Central European Time (11:00AM US Eastern Standard Time), Sebastian Menski and Mike Winters from the Zeebe team invite you to join our webinar “A Zeebe Year-End Update: Messages, Models, and More.”
You can find more detail and register for the webinar here.
We hope that you join and ask us hard questions
If you aren’t able to attend live, no worries. We’ll send everyone who registers a link to a recording of the webinar.
And in case you missed it, we created a Zeebe client stub in Python and documented the process in this blog post.
We’re really excited about the language support enabled by easy client generation in gRPC, and we hope you give it a try.
If you have any questions or comments, please let us know.