|This content applies solely to Process Mining, which must be purchased separately from the Appian base platform.|
Process Mining and Mining Prep are available in the following Appian Cloud regions:
To request support for additional regions, contact Appian Support via your designated support contact or open a support case on Appian Community.
Process Mining supports the following languages:
Mining Prep supports the following languages:
You can change your preferred language from the Edit Profile page, which you can access from the side menu bar in Process Mining.
Process Mining only supports desktop browsers and devices with a minimum screen size of 1280x720. See System Requirements for our specific browser requirements.
Appian Process Mining users receive emails about account activations and password resets from email@example.com. We recommend adding this address or domain to your approved senders list, so users in your organization recieve these important emails.
Process Mining and Mining Prep run on any host or system that supports Docker containers. Appian prefers to run deployments with Docker CE/EE on Linux and specifically on Ubuntu. Ubuntu is one of the few officially supported Linux distributions for the Community Edition of Docker, which ensures well-tested updates without a need to purchase an additional license for Docker.
If you use Windows, we recommend setting up a supported Linux installation on a virtual machine (VM) software like Oracle VirtualBox. We don't recommend setting up Linux with Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).
Other Linux operating systems recommended and tested by Appian and officially supported by Docker include:
The following Linux distros are not tested by Appian and we can’t guarantee an out-of-the-box installation.
/var/lib/docker, preferably SSD)
We highly recommend an isolated machine just for Process Mining and a separate machine for Mining Prep.
If you're setting up on RHEL, you'll need to complete some additional steps to use the Docker container. Before you proceed to installation, first:
Requirements and Recommendations