Version: 0.25

Monitor your Process in Operate

Camunda Cloud offers Operate to monitor your process instances. An entry point can be found in the Cluster details.

operate-dashboard

By selecting the deployed workflow you will see a list of instances that can be filtered:

operate-instances

Because the started worker returns

{
"return": "Pong"
}

the workflow ends in the upper end event.

Changing the worker to

zbctl create worker test-worker --handler "echo {\"return\":\"...\"}"

and creating a new instance leads to a second instance in Operate, which you'll see ending in the second end event:

operate-instance

As a next step you can now connect both workers in parallel and create more workflow instances:

while true; do zbctl create instance camunda-cloud-quick-start-advanced; sleep 1; done

In Operate you will see instances ending in both end events depending on which worker picked up the job.

operate-instances