Thursday, December 24, 2009

Released TevereFlow, the first workflow engine with a Web Editor

Starting from December 22nd 2009 is available the new version of TevereFlow.

Tevere Flow is a light-weight Workflow engine built using the Java® technology. Just download it and create your process using the Web interface. You can use Tevere as embedded or as external engine by using the provided Web Services API.

Tevere was built using Roma Framework under the Romulus consortium an it's currently used in several production systems.

Main features:

  • Open Source Apache 2.0 license
  • Web User Interface using the Ajax technology
  • Stand-alone application: just download and start it
  • Fully Transactional supporting any RDBMS or db4o ODBMS
  • Set of built-in commands available (email, web service invocation, etc.)
  • Auto-resume of failure activities
  • User and profile management
  • Activities can be written in Java or using any supported scripting language such as Javascript and Ruby
  • Integration via Java APIs or WebService

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