Past Meetup

Camunda User Group: Microservices and Messages

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camunda services GmbH

Zossener Strasse 55-58 · Berlin

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The event will take place on the 4th floor in "the Pool"

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Dear Community,

join us for our next Meetup on November 27th, starting at 6pm in Camunda’s HQ in Berlin. This will be an interactive evening featuring insightful talks on how to use Camunda BPM in a microservices architecture and event-driven orchestration, along with live-hacking sessions and open discussions. The agenda and speaker information can be found below. We hope to see you there!

6:00pm: Doors open
6:00pm - 6:30pm: Catering/Snacks, Drinks and Networking
6:30pm - 7:15pm: Andrey Shchagin, SynerTrade
7:15pm – 8:00pm: Michael Winters & Sebastian Menski, Camunda
8:00pm - 8:15pm - Additional Q&A
8:15pm-end: Networking and drinks


Andrey Shchagin

Andrey is Lead Software Architect at SynerTrade in Berlin, Germany. He has 12 years of experience in software development in different areas: telecom, finance and procurement.

SynerTrade - All or nothing? The way we're mitigating an impact from customer-specific implementations on the legacy system using Camunda

SynerTrade uses the Camunda engine with their procurement management platform in order to cover requirements of their key customers and to mitigate an impact from on platform architecture at the same time. Andrey Shchagin will present which challenges SynerTrade had to overcome on their way while bringing Camunda +μServices from PoC to production in a distributed environment.


Michael Winters & Sebastian Menski

Sebastian Menski is the engineering manager and tech lead for the Zeebe team at Camunda. He's worked for Camunda for almost five years and oversees all Zeebe-related software development.

Mike Winters is a product marketing manager on the Zeebe team at Camunda. He enjoys working with open source communities to make it easier for companies to adopt emerging technologies.

Did you get the message? An overview of working with messages in Zeebe

As a system built for use in microservices architectures, it's important for Zeebe to have advanced message-handling capabilities. The Zeebe 0.12 release in early October included support for BPMN's intermediate message catch event and receive task, and in this talk, Sebastian Menski and Mike Winters will introduce and demo Zeebe's messaging features, including message correlation.


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