Livestream At Process Mining Camp 2024

Process Mining 2024 Live

Process Mining Camp starts tomorrow — We can’t wait to see you all in Eindhoven!

For those of you who are going to join us here, you are in luck: We believe that this will be our best camp ever, with two full days of process mining practice talks, roundtable discussions, intensive workshops, and lots of time with your fellow process mining campers!

For those of you who can’t join us in person, here is the next best thing: Join us around the globe for a livestream of this year’s practice talks on Thursday, June 13! Take a peek through the cracked doors of our campsite, and learn about what our speakers have experienced.

Note that we can’t take questions1, and while we try to give you a great experience, we cannot guarantee a perfect view — After all, camping is a contact sport, and we usually have our hands full with making sure that everything’s perfect for the people in the room. But we hope that you’ll join us here in spirit, that you have a good time, and of course that you can make it next year!

To watch our livestream, simply go to processminingcamp.com tomorrow, June 13th, at 13:00 CEST (check your own timezone here). No registration is needed. You will be able to watch the livestream right there.

— See you all tomorrow!


  1. Of course we can’t wait to hear from you, though: Hit us up on LinkedIn, Twitter, or of course by email↩︎

Vanessa Schindler @ Process Mining Camp 2023

You can now watch the video recordings from last year’s camp. If you have missed them, here is the first talk by Eric N. Kildea from Radwell in the United States, the second talk by Stefan Wick from the Universitätshospital Zürich in Switzerland, the third talk by Xhentilo Karaj from Euroclear in Belgium, and the fourth talk by Franck Diafouka, Ruth Zonanashvili, and Mithra Gruber from the European Medicines Agency in the Netherlands.

Our fifth and last speaker was Vanessa Schindler from T4media in Germany. Vanessa showed us what process mining adds to her toolbox as a customer journey analyst. Of course, she still uses web analytics tools like Google Analytics, but process mining helps her focus on the user’s actual behavior. Technically, the data is available without any problems: The Case ID is the user on the website, the Activity is the website’s page name, and the Timestamp is the time of the visit. What is difficult is the complexity of the user journeys: The data needs to be simplified to answer targeted questions. Watch Vanessa’s talk to see how you can better understand the customer journey based on process mining.

For this year’s camp, this is your last chance to get your ticket here.

— See you all in Eindhoven this Thursday!

Franck Diafouka, Ruth Zonanashvili, and Mithra Gruber @ Process Mining Camp 2023

You can now watch the video recordings from last year’s camp. If you have missed them, here is the first talk by Eric N. Kildea from Radwell in the United States, the second talk by Stefan Wick from the Universitätshospital Zürich in Switzerland, and the third talk by Xhentilo Karaj from Euroclear in Belgium.

Our fourth speakers were Franck Diafouka, Ruth Zonanashvili, and Mithra Gruber from the European Medicines Agency in the Netherlands. Franck shared their experience from establishing a working group on process mining across different EU organizations. Ruth explored process mining for risk assessments. Mithra then connected the various stakeholders of process mining to challenges beyond technical aspects. For example, ethical considerations are essential to avoid staff discrimination by colleagues or management. Furthermore, data protection and privacy must be ensured to comply with EU DPR and other legislation. Watch Franck’s, Ruth’s, and Mithra’s talk to see what it looks like to work on process mining at the European Union.

For this year’s camp, you can get your ticket here.

— See you all in Eindhoven on 13 June!

Xhentilo Karaj @ Process Mining Camp 2023

You can now watch the video recordings from last year’s camp. If you have missed them, here is the first talk by Eric N. Kildea from Radwell in the United States and the second talk by Stefan Wick from the Universitätshospital Zürich in Switzerland.

Our third speaker was Xhentilo Karaj from Euroclear in Belgium. Xhentilo walked us through the phases of an internal audit with process mining. In each phase, Xhentilo examines the challenges and opportunities that process mining brings compared to the classical audit approach. For example, traditionally, the analysis in the Fieldwork phase is based on samples and interviews. In contrast, auditors can use process mining to test the entire data population. In the Clearance phase, process mining changes the relationship with the auditee due to fact-based observations. Watch Xhentilo’s talk to see how a process mining project in audit looks like step by step.

For this year’s camp, you can get your ticket here.

— See you all in Eindhoven on 13 June!

Disco 4.0

Software Update

We are happy to announce the release of Disco 4.0.

This update touches almost every part of the Disco experience, bringing expanded functionality, improved stability, and better performance all around. We have also comprehensively modernized Disco’s foundations and dependencies, and we improved the update framework to ensure an even smoother migration going forward.

Thank you all for your ideas, your feedback, and of course your bug reports. Keep ’em coming and, as always, thank you for using Disco!

How to update

We recommend that you update to the latest version of Disco at your earliest convenience. Disco will automatically download and install this update the next time you run it, if you are connected to the internet1.

If you prefer to install this update of Disco manually, you can download and run the latest installer packages from fluxicon.com/disco/download

Changes

  • Process Map:
    • Label start and end edges in case coverage perspective.
    • Improved performance and stability of graph layout.
    • Improved PDF export.
  • Statistics: Extended case statistics export with active / passive time and case attributes.
  • Charts: Higher-resolution image export.
  • Cases: Fixed active time calculation for TimeWarp.
  • Audit report: More useful export for unfiltered data sets.
  • Excel Import: Improved stability and performance.
  • Software Update: Added the option to run assisted manual update.
  • Airlift: Improved reliability and performance.
  • UI: More complete retina / hiDPI support.
  • Octane: Support for very long case IDs.
  • Control Center: Improved hardware detection.
  • Connectivity:
    • Novel high-performance HTTP client.
    • Proxy settings auto-detection improved.
    • Improved performance and reliability.
    • Ensure functionality for legacy runtimes.
    • Security update.
  • Security: Addressed potential vulnerability in Excel import.
  • Platform: Java update.

  1. You need to download and install this update manually to make sure you get the latest version of the Java runtime and graph layout. ↩︎