ActiveWorkflow works alongside your existing technology stack to give you an easy and structured way to:
You can do all of the above by creating, scheduling, and monitoring workflows of agents, which are self-contained services (or microservices) written in any programming language you choose. ActiveWorkflow as a platform gives you a simple way for connecting your agents (services), extensive logging, state management, and a foundation to build a scalable and reliable system without vendor lock-in.
ActiveWorkflow is not a no-code platform, but it does offer a fully featured UI so that both software engineers and other stakeholders can manage and monitor workflows.
See the Getting Started documentation page for full details.
If you are in a hurry and wish to take a sneak peek, you can try ActiveWorkflow in one of the following ways.
docker run -p 3000:3000 --rm automaticmode/active_workflow
Once it starts you can login at
You can find the full project documentation at docs.activeworkflow.org.
ActiveWorkflow started as a fork of Huginn with the goal of targeting solely business use, API and polyglot functionality, and a smaller codebase. ActiveWorkflow is incompatible with Huginn.
ActiveWorkflow is released under the MIT License.