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 …

Downloads

There are two editions of Apromore: Community and Enterprise. Community Edition This edition includes the core Apromore platform and all the open-source plugins developed by the community. License: Apromore Community Edition is licensed under LGPL 3.0. Third-party libraries are distributed under their respective licenses. No Warranties: Apromore Community Edition comes without any guarantees. You can …

Public nodes

You can try out Apromore Community Edition on the cloud by using one of the public nodes listed below, courtesy of the hosting universities. We recommend using the node that is geographically the closest to you. Node 0 (Australia), hosted by The University of Melbourne [version 7.5] Node 1 (Estonia), hosted by University of Tartu [version …

Release notes

Version 7.5 06/08/2019 (7.4.190806). Release 7.5 on GitHub New Dashboard plugin (Enterprise edition only) Changes in Process Discoverer: Automatic centering and fit to screen when changing layout Visual improvements for map/model layout (configurable node width and height, editable edge bent points) Various bug fixes and performance improvements Changes in CSV Importer: Improved tolerance for errors …

Forum

The Apromore open-source community forum is meant to host discussions on how to use and improve Apromore. Please contribute with questions, answers and comments to build up a knowledge base for the benefit of all Apromore users. The Apromore open-source development team will try their best to answer your questions. However, we also count on …

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, …

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 …