Imixs-Workflow


Imixs-Workflow is an Open Source Workflow Engine for Business Applications.

Imixs-Workflow is the open source 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 business data based on the BPMN 2.0 standard. 

Imixs-Workflow is based on the open, scalable, transactional and robust Jakarta EE and the Eclipse Microprofile architecture. Imixs-Workflow supports many open standards and runs on any modern Application Server.

Imixs-Workflow supports the BPMN 2.0 standard. With the event-driven modelling concept, human-centric workflows can be easily designed and business logic can be changed at run-time

 

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Find the release notes on Github: https://github.com/imixs/imixs-workflow/releases


Project leader(s)

Ralph Soika, CTO of Imixs Software Solutions GmbH 


Functionality

Middleware framework / Component / Tool

Status

Mature

License(s)

GNU General Public License v3.0 only

Standards

BPMN EJB JPA Java EE REST

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Market Readiness Synthesis

Initially developed as a proprietary software for the IBM LotusDomino application server, Imixs-Workflow became an open source project in 2005. The system is well productized, supports many open standards, including BPMN 2.0 standard and runs on any modern Application Server. Imixs-Workflow is supported by a self-financed SME based in Germany. The company reports deployment across the world and claims some 50 customers, essentially SMEs with typically 10 to 100 employees. It is currently developing a SaaS offering to facilitate growth in the SME market.

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