Imixs-Workflow is an open source workflow engine solution for human-centric business process management. This means supporting human skills, activities and collaboration in a model driven architecture.
The Imixs-Workflow engine protects and securely distributes your business data based on the BPMN 2.0 standard. It improves your business processes and supports human skills and activities in a task oriented and event driven way.
Imixs-Workflow is based on an open, scalable, transactional and robust architecture. Imixs-Workflow supports open standards and runs on any modern Application Server.
- Event-Driven BPMN 2.0 – supports the BPMN 2.0 standard and simplifies the way to a model driven architecture (MDA) of business processes management solutions.
- Secure Business Data – multi-level security model for a fine-grained access control. You can define an access control list (ACL) for every single process status within your workflow model.
- Microservices & Docker – Imixs-Workflow Rest API allows you to encapsulate the Imixs-Workflow engine into a single service within a modern Microservice Architecture
- Based on the Jarkarta EE and the Eclipse Microprofile standards and fits into any modern microservice architecture thanks to its openness. Imixs-Workflow can be run in a Docker container, which makes it easy for you to start with.
- Provides a RESTful API to integrate the Imixs-Workflow engine into a microservice architecture.
- Runs on all modern application servers like Wildfly, Payara, Open Liberty or Apache TomEE.
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