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Last week week we presented at the at London DevOpsour experience with Jenkins Xto automate, release and manage 40+ repositories, which includes Java Libraries, Docker Images, HELM charts and deployments to environments which execute Acceptance tests against them. We are working quite hard to refine how the Activiti Cloud APIs from different components are consumed and also we are working hard to enable new BPMN elements. We will double down our efforts to provide a framework for testing these services in a distributed environment to make sure that we have enough coverage from each BPMN element when running in a distributed approach.


@miguelruizdevworked on the reusability of modelling acceptance test steps.


@ryandawsonukCreated PRs to add jenkins-x quickstarts docs to the developer guideand resolve an issue with build pod naming. Presented with Mauricio on our use of Jenkins-X at London DevOps

@erdemedeirosworked on fix for Swagger specification ( work in progress).

@salaboypresented with @ryandawsonukat London DevOpsand worked on triaging issues for 7.1.0.M1 while we had some interesting discussions about Decision Tables.


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Last week we released Activiti Cloud SR1 containing some major compatibility improvements. At the same time we triaged the issues for our 7.1.0.M1 Milestone that you can follow here: (


There are still issues being triaged, and the date has been set to April 10, 2019. We will prioritize adding support for more BPMN elements and polishing the modelling services.


@constantin-ciobotaru cleanup of unused imports and unused dependencies in modeling

@igdianov worked on fixing Events related to different process instances may be collected in one bunchand minor Helm chart improvements to enable RabbitMq persistentVolumein Activiti Cloud Charts

@miguelruizdev worked on the removal of the process instance description field on the cloud side (, tested call activities at the starter level ( and polished rough edges in the clean-up endpoints enablement based on properties (

@ryandawsonuk worked on several issues related to edge cases for the reliability of the Activiti Jenkins-X pipelines and on an activiti presentation for london devops

@erdemedeiros completed work to get new update task variable endpoint available for admin ( Investigated problem related Java client generated from swagger specification (

@salaboy worked on testing SR1 and improving docs while attending several meetings for planning and understanding the scope of 7.1.0.M1.


Get in touch if you want to contribute:

We are looking forward to mentor people on the technologies that we are using to submit their first Pull Request


Activiti Cloud SR1 Released!

Posted by salaboy Employee Mar 8, 2019

I am happy to announce the first Service Release for Activiti Cloud and Activiti Core artefacts. After getting a lot of community feedback from our first GA iteration we are now releasing 7.0.0.SR1improving mostly on compatibility with Spring Boot 2.0.x and JDK 8 support in addition to JDK11.

You can consume all the Activiti Cloud artifacts from Maven Central:


In this SR1 release you will find the following [main fixes]:

  • Task Variable Endpoints for Admin and Users update
  • JDK 8 support for our artifacts
  • Process Definition XML accessible in Query Service
  • Sync between query and runtime bundle for standalone tasks
  • Swagger file generation from RB endpoints fix

All these Spring Boot Starters are based on Spring Boot 2.1.2 and Spring Cloud Greenwich RELEASE and all the artifacts are compiled to work with JDK11 (and now JDK8 support as well).

You can also deploy our Example HELM charts in your favourite cloud providers or On-Premise Kubernetes installation by following our [Getting Started Guide]

HELM Charts for Full Example has being updated to consume GA artifacts in **version 1.1.9**

If you are interested in the future of the project you can take a look at our [presentation at DevCon]

Last week we worked on stabilizing our 7.0.x and 7.1.x release trains while we updated the docs and prepare the final details of our SR1 release which includes some fixes but major compatibility improvements allowing easier integrations with other frameworks and other versions of JDK and Spring Boot.


@CTI777Worked on issues  #2272 (signal events) and #2515 (task variables)


@igdianovworked on updating Quickstarts, PoC Helm unit tests, Activiti Helm Charts improvements, Runtime Bundle events aggregation execution context issue, and Jenkins-X updatebot multi-branch single PR issue

@almericorun 7.0.x pipeline


@miguelruizdevworked on the clean-up data endpoints and their test coverage.


@ryandawsonukIdentified updatebot issue running 7.0.x release train on jenkins-x and submitted PR to address it. Resolved problem with building acc scenarios. Identified pipeline reliability problems related to pod operationsandrace conditionsand took first steps to resolving. Built images from 7.0.x branches using scriptstarted testing on it.


@erdemedeiroscompleted work to get XML BPMN file published to query service alongside with process definition.


@salaboyworked preparing the SR1 release on the 7.0.0 release train, plus updated documentation in our gitbook. I’ve also submitted a proposal for the JHipster conference in Paris.


Get in touch if you want to contribute:

We are looking forward to mentor people on the technologies that we are using to submit their first Pull Request