Using Flowable’s new event engine

FEBRUARY 10, 2020

With the recent release of the Flowable open source engines, a major new feature was included that allows application developers to orchestrate events in Kafka, RabbitMQ and Active MQ. The underlying capability is quite technical, but is explained with a simple to run example in a new blog post on our Open Source channel.

The underlying event engine will be powering a number of new features and capabilities in upcoming Flowable products, however, the beauty of open source is that you don’t always have to wait for us, you can get using the engine now.

Read the article on our Open Source Blog.

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