agenda - day 2

Developers, enterprise architects, and process automation experts from around the globe join together for this unique, interactive two-day event.

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Expert Sessions

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In-Person: Lunch & Networking


Welcome: Mary Thengvall


Opening Keynote

Daniel Meyer

Mo Ladha

Bernd Ruecker


Community Programs Update

Nathan Loding, Luca Buchholz, Maria Alcantara, Mia Moore & Niall Deehan | Camunda



Connectors & Integrations: Incorporating Camunda into your tech stack

Distributed Systems: Creating modern, flexible architectures with Camunda

Process Modeling: Level up your BPMN, DMN, and FEEL skills


A Deep Dive into the Camunda Connectors Architecture

Pavel Kotelevskii & Bastian Körber, Camunda

Join us as we take a thorough look under the hood of Camunda’s Connector SDK, the protocol Connectors and element templates. Pavel and Bastian will explain why we made certain architectural choices, how the SDK, protocol Connectors and element templates work together as well as how to use them. By the end of the session, not only will you have a much deeper insight into the SDK, but also the knowledge of which layer to best use for your use case.

Orchestrating the Origination Process at Agibank

Jean Robert Alves, Agibank

Find out how Brazilian digital bank Agibank used Camunda to move away from their monolithic legacy system to a modern microservices architecture. Jean Robert will explain how he successfully managed this 5-year evolution using the example of the bank’s origination process: a complex process serving multiple products to different customer profiles across a variety of channels.

How to Turn Camunda Expertise into Successful Projects

Francesa Vismara & Manuel Dittmar, Camunda and Andrzej Paslawski & Klaas Meijer, Belastingdienst

Two key components for a successful Camunda implementation or any software implementation are knowledge and the ability to apply that knowledge where it can have the greatest impact. While it is essential to have experience in solving problems regarding the adoption of Camunda, it is equally important to know how and where to ask for support and solve specific issues. Because of this, a supportive ecosystem is crucial in order to achieve success with your implementation.

Francesca, Klaas, Andrzej and Manuel will share their experiences, challenges, and outcomes on how to build an automation project from zero to production.


Building a Unified Camunda Platform 8 SDK (Using AI)

Josh Wulf, Camunda

Josh started building a unified SDK for Camunda Platform 8 in Node.js, then ChatGPT-3 blew up. Naturally, this could only raise one question: why not let the robots do the work? And so he did. Find out about his early experiences of getting ChatGPT-3 to write, test, and document Camunda 8 code, and get a preview of the SDK that it produced.

Gain More Freedom When Migrating From Camunda Platform 7 to 8

Stephan Pelikan, Phactum Software

Camunda advises to separate business logic from the engine’s API to keep your software simple, maintainable, and easy to migrate. However, this can also prove tricky to implement. Hear from Stephan Pelikan at Phactum Software about their new Camunda community extension that resolves this challenge by providing the separation and giving you the freedom to move to C8 independent of your current process implementation backlog.


Philipp Ossler, Camunda

The Friendly Enough Expression Language (FEEL) is an important part of the DMN standard. It is typically used to model decision logic inside a decision table. However, in Camunda Platform 8, FEEL can be used beyond DMN in BPMN processes. Find out from Philipp how FEEL empowers BPMN and pick up some practical tips along the way.


The Camunda 8 Connector for Carbon Aware Processes

Philipp Hehnle, Envite Consulting

Want to know how optimizing workflows can help protect our climate and make your already efficient processes ecologically efficient as well? The Camunda Carbon Reductor is a Camunda 8 Connector that fetches a carbon intensity forecast of the energy and delays the execution of the subsequent activities to a time window in which the energy is greener – all while still considering SLAs. Join this talk to find out how it works.

Combining Orchestration and Choreography for a Clean Architecture

Thomas Heinrichs & Andreas Riepl, Miragon

Mixing choreography and orchestration in a microservice architecture can have significant benefits. Join Thomas and Andreas as they explore how you can build a clean, loosely-coupled architecture featuring Zeebe, Kafka and our domain services. This talk will cover both theory as well as practical examples written in Java, so you can walk away knowing which architectural approach to choose and how to structure your code accordingly. Outside of Camunda

Nico Rehwaldt, Camunda

Let’s open Pandora’s box and explore uses of outside of Camunda’s core business! Join Nico for a creative and entertaining session that showcases different use cases of – some found in the wild, other contributed by the fantastic community.




Gamifying Process Ops: The Virtual Reality Cockpit

David Zang, Viadee

Monitoring and resolving incidents, increasing job retries and migrating processes – does this sound tedious? Process operations is often perceived as a task for the person who drew the short straw. So why not make it less of a chore! Find out how David Zang at Viadee uses virtual reality to make interacting with your processes that little bit more fun.

How to Optimize Car Charging with Camunda Platform 8

Maarten van Veelen, Incentro & Rick Balfoort, Incentro

Sustainability is a huge focus for a lot of organizations, and Incentro is no different. Find out from Maarten van Veelen and Rick Balfoort how they are using Camunda 8 and Optimize to provide insights into the way car charging stations are used, which allows them to become a greener company and have happier colleagues. Maarten and Rick will also walk you through the tech stack they use to achieve this, incl. Cloud Functions, Pub/Sub, Pyzeebe, Node.js, scraping and custom Connectors.

Advanced BPMN Patterns

Hendrik Kupitz, Camunda

Being an advanced user of BPMN is not about what symbols to use or knowing all the best practices. Rather, it is your ability to see a number of ways to model your problem and being able to decided which solution works best for the given situation. In this presentation, Hendrik will take on both common and uncommon challenges and show the pros and cons of the modelling patterns that could solve them.


Closing Keynote: The Power of Community

When companies talk about success, they often forget to mention the part community members play. But many of us are living proof that building and nurturing a community can supercharge the growth of products as well as our own careers. In this keynote, open source community enthusiast Ceora Ford will talk about the power of building a future we as a community want to see, and how a healthy, vibrant developer community can lead the charge.

Ceora Ford


Community Values Update & Wrap-Up

Mary Thengvall & Maria Alcantara | Camunda

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