Orchestrating Microservices with Zeebe

The third version of the model included an example of time-related actions, such as notifications or “Cron Jobs” that needs to be triggered at a certain point in time-related to the context of our execution. In other words, time-sensitive actions that are associated with each individual instance of our models.

Version 3

Version 3
This last version exemplifies notifications that needs to be sent to the committee only when they haven’t reviewed a new proposal after a certain period of time. This kind of mechanism, allows us to implement reminders and notifications which can help us to delivery a better service to our “customers” in these case our potential speakers.

It is important to remember that, the workflow engine keeps track of all the data about these executions and send this data to ElasticSearch where it is indexed and ready for reporting and analytics. For this specific example, it might be interesting to know the average time that takes to make a decision in a proposal and configure the notifications according to a deviation from that time.

There are loads of other interesting details inside the project, and as I mention in the presentation I want to thank mcruzdev1[8] for helping me to make the application better, more real and more complete. If you are interested in running this example in your own cluster visit: http://github.com/salaboy/from-monolith-to-k8s[9] and get in touch (via twitter @Salaboy[10] or github) if you want to get your hands dirty and help me and mcruzdev1[11] to keep improving the app to make a better example for everyone to use.


  1. ^ http://github.com/salaboy/from-monolith-to-k8s (github.com)
  2. ^ Spring Cloud Gateway (spring.io)
  3. ^ Resillient4J (github.com)
  4. ^ Slides (www.slideshare.net)
  5. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZM9dfvXAncQ (www.youtube.com)
  6. ^ here (github.com)
  7. ^ here (github.com)
  8. ^ mcruzdev1 (twitter.com)
  9. ^ http://github.com/salaboy/from-monolith-to-k8s (github.com)
  10. ^ twitter @Salaboy (twitter.com)
  11. ^ mcruzdev1 (twitter.com)

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