Product

Key features

Shared workspace of models and logs: Apromore treats event logs and process models as first-class citizens, allowing them to coexist in the same shared workspace. Complete authoring environment: Create and edit BPMN models using one of two different authoring environments (BPMN.io or Signavio-based). Share your models, check their similarity, merge them and use them as …

Cloud nodes

You can try Apromore on the cloud by using the closest node to you, courtesy of the hosting universities: Node 0 (Australia), hosted by The University of Melbourne [version 7.2.0] Node 1 (Estonia), hosted by University of Tartu [version 7.2.0] Node 2 (Italy), hosted by University of Camerino [version 7.2.0, no predictive monitoring] This is a …

Downloads

You can download an Apromore distribution and install it on a machine of your choice. We have two distributions: One-click [7.2.0]: this is a containerized version of Apromore which runs on Docker. Just follow the instructions to grab Docker for Win, Mac or Linux and load the Apromore Docker image on top of that. It’ll …

Release notes

Version 7.2 23/05/2019 (7.2.190523). Release 7.2.0 on GitHub Multiple visual and performance improvements and bug fixes in Process Discoverer plugin Added plugin for importing event logs in a comma-separated value (CSV) format into Apromore Version 7.1 01/05/2019 (7.1.190501). Release 7.1.0 on GitHub Visual improvements and bug fixes in Process Discoverer plugin Integrated SiMo discoverer to extract process …

Technology

Software architecture 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, …

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. …

Integration

Standalone tools

This page lists 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 tool …