Download and Installation (1/6)
First, you need to install the Camunda Platform and the Camunda Modeler.
In the following section, we’ll describe how to install the Camunda Platform locally on your machine.
If you prefer, you can also run the Camunda Platform with Docker:
docker pull camunda/camunda-bpm-platform:run-latest docker run -d --name camunda -p 8080:8080 camunda/camunda-bpm-platform:run-latest
Afterwards, you can install the Camunda Modeler.
Please make sure you have the following installed:
- Java Runtime Environment 1.8+
You can verify this by using your terminal, shell, or command line:
If you need to install Java Runtime Environment, you can find the download from Oracle here.
First, download a distribution of the Camunda Platform. You can choose from different distributions for various application servers. In this tutorial, we’ll use Camunda Platform Run. Download it from the download page.
After downloading the distribution, unpack it inside a directory of your choice.
After you’ve successfully unpacked your distribution of the Camunda Platform, execute the script named
start.bat (for Windows users) or
start.sh (for Unix users).
This script will start the application server. Open your web browser and navigate to http://localhost:8080/ to visit the Welcome Page.
Download the Camunda Modeler from the download page.
After downloading the Modeler, simply unzip the download in a folder of your choice.
After you have successfully unpacked the zip, run
camunda-modeler.exe (for Windows users),
camunda-modeler.app (for Mac users), or
camunda-modeler.sh (for Linux users).
Once you’ve installed the Camunda Platform and the Camunda Modeler, you can move to the next step to model and execute your first process.