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Released jBPM Migration Tooling v0.12

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Released jBPM Migration Tooling v0.12

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Production-proven Mesosphere DC/OS is now even better with GPU scheduling, pods, troubleshooting, enhanced security, and over 100+ integrated services deployed in one-click.

It has been over a year since our last release. 

You might think we have been doing nothing, but that is not really the case. The project has been waiting for community, customers, and partners to start getting closer to the end-of-life of jBPM 3.2 (the last supported v3 series). This started very slowly last June, but picked up in May of this year with a flood of issues to be fixed on Jira

We went to work and are happy to announce the availability of the jBPM Migration projects,jbpmmigration v0.12.

We have fixed 18 issues, added release to JBoss Nexus, and have added new tests bringing the total up to 41 process conversion examples.

The OpenShift jBPM Migration WebApp has been updated to run with the current release, you can find it here and test your processes against the migration tooling.

         http://jbpmmigration-inthe.rhcloud.com.

Future planning is to work on including this update into the jBPM Designer as soon as we can.

We hope you enjoy converting your jPDL 3.2 into BPMN2 with this release.

Simply build, test, and deploy. Mesosphere DC/OS is the best way to run containers and big data anywhere offering production-proven flexibility and reliability.

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