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 …

Editions

There are two editions of Apromore: Community and Enterprise. Community Edition This edition includes the core Apromore platform and all the experimental plugins developed by the open-source community. You can use it on one of our public nodes, or download a distribution. License: Apromore Community Edition is licensed under LGPL 3.0. Third-party libraries are distributed …

Download

There are two editions of Apromore: Community and Enterprise. Check out the differences. Community Edition Apromore Community Edition is free to use. You can grab the source code and compile it yourself, or download a pre-compiled image that runs on Docker. Note: we release the Docker image from time to time, so it may not …

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 7.6] Node 1 (Estonia), hosted by University of Tartu [version …

Release notes

Version 7.6 27/08/2019 (7.6.190827). Release 7.6 on GitHub New Log Filter plugin (Discover -> Filter log) Various bug fixes and performance and visual improvements in Process Discoverer More robust CSV Importer Improved handling of security permissions for event logs (Security button) Migrated to the current version of ZK libraries 8.6.0.1 Dynamic switching of UI themes …

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, …

Research lab

Apromore lives and breaths research. The software platform is directly driven by our own research and informed by the latest developments in the process mining academic community, and more broadly in the business process management community. This page lists standalone distributions of those experimental tools that are being developed by our research team. Many of …