Apromore editor screenshot Jan 14

Cloud version

You can access Apromore in the cloud by using the closest node to you: Node 1 (Estonia), hosted by University of Tartu Node 2 (Australia), hosted by Queensland University of Technology Node 3 (Italy), hosted by University of Camerino This is a public release, open to anyone, meaning that anyone can create and remove models …

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You can download an Apromore distribution and install it on a machine of your choice. We have two distributions: One-click: simply unzip it somewhere and run, this distribution uses the H2 database by default and does not support the PQL plugin. A lightweight version of Apromore that runs on localhost, for you to try. Full-fledged: …

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Apromore’s service-oriented architecture is structured over three layers with the logic layer blended between the data and presentation layers (see figure below). The data layer hosts process models and event logs. Process models are stored as relational data in Apromore’s internal canonical process format, as well as native XML files (e.g. BPMN, EPML, AML). Event …

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Apromore has grown over time to provide a wealth of business process management features, including: OSGi plugin framework (support for dynamic enabling/disabling of bundles and multiple bundle versions) three types of OSGi plugins: Portal, Logic and Editor support for the following native process model formats: BPMN 2.0, XPDL 2.1, EPML 2.0, ARIS AML import, YAWL …

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Release notes

Version 5.0 6/03/2017 New plugin: Mine Process Performance builds cumulative flow diagrams, time series and detailed stage-based performance statistics from an event log. New plugin: Staged Miner discovers a stage-based model from an event log, by automatically detecting milestones to separate the log into sub-logs, one per stage. New plugin: Visualize Log shows the direct-follows …

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Apromore's canonical format

Canonical format

Apromore’s canonical process format provides a common, unambiguous representation of business processes captured in different notations and/or at different abstraction levels, such that all process models can be treated alike. The idea behind this format is to represent only the structural characteristics of a process model that are common to the majority of modeling languages. …

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Standalone tools

This page counts standalone distributions of the tools that are or will become plugins of Apromore. Note: some of these tools may not be in their latest version. This happens when the tool is turned into an Apromore plugin, after which we usually maintain the latter but not necessarily the standalone distribution. Please ask the tool authors before using a given …

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