chintzz's picture



Anybody please share documentation on how to use ProcessMaker cloud Service.

I could see ProcessMaker is offered as aservice in Amazon Cloud.(Below is the link and screenshot)


Request to please share documentation on how to use this service.


Thanks in Advance


Thank You,





Liraz Siri's picture

Hi Bhargava,

You didn't say what part you were having trouble with so I can only take a wild guess.

If you need help using ProcessMaker itself, I recommend you check out the documentation on the ProcessMaker website.



If you need help with the integration itself, I recommend exploring it in a VM (e.g., VMWare/VirtualBox) to get a feel for the app. It's pretty much the same as on AWS MP though.

Cheers, Liraz

Jeremy Davis's picture

We just integrate it with an OS so it can be provided as a ready to go software appliance. As such we don't have a ton of knowledge or experience with the software (just installation and initial config).

If you want more detailed info about using ProcessMaker then I suggest that you follow the links provided by Liraz (above). If you have specific issues or basic OS usage questions (i.e. TurnKey specific) then we can help there; OTOH if you have specific ProcessMaker questions then they are probably better answered by the ProcessMaker community themselves (e.g. on their forum).

Jeremy Davis's picture

The TurnKey ProcessMaker appliance is the complete ProcessMaker - Open Source Edition pre-installed (with all dependencies) on TurnKey Core (a minimalist but customised Debian OS). If you want to use it in the cloud then I recommend launching it via the Hub, but like Liraz said if you want to get a bit familiar with it and take it for a 'test drive' first then download the ISO or VMDK and run it in a VM (e.g. VirtualBox). And if you get off to a good start and want to transfer your data to a cloud instance you can do that with (the included) TKLBAM software.

I suggest that you have a bit of a play with it and see how you go... Then if you have some more specific questions then please feel free to ask.

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