Test the CHOReVOLUTION IDRE by yourself

This page contains general information on the beta-testing campaign. To learn more about the development approach and the IDRE main features:


The virtual machine is equipped with a pre-installed instance of the runtime environment for the getting started choreography. The CHOReVOLUTION Studio already contains a project with a runnable client application for testing purposes.


To test CHOReVOLUTION you must download first VirtualBox then the ready-to-go CHOReVOLUTION Virtual Machine. Follow these steps:

1) Download VirtualBox:  VirtualBox download (For installation details see here)

2) Download the CHOReVOLUTION VM (Virtualbox, 6 GB)

3) Launch the IDRE and follow the step-by-step getting started guide

4) Fill in the feedback questionnaire

Using the Eclipse-based Studio, you can create your own business choreography diagram through simple drag & drop operations. Following the step by step guide, you can generate and deploy a scalable, secured distributed eCommerce application.

Please, tell us what you think by filling in this short feedback questionnaire.


And the winner is...

And the winner of the CHOReVOLUTION beta testing campaign draw is... Giampiero Di Paulo from DXC Technology! Congratulations Giampiero and thank you for taking part in the campaign. The drone is yours!

Try the VM and let us know what you think

Software developers can download the CHOReVOLUTION virtual machine which comes ready to go with a Debian distribution, the full IDRE with an eCommerce example. Feel free to share with the designers what you think.

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"No problems encountered executing steps in the getting started guide, which is easily readable"

"The VM is well packaged and runs without any error. "

"Chorevolution brings lots of new concept, such as the Enactement Engine, and service choreographies. "

"All the components seems easy to use. But  a more interactive experience would be appreciated, not only "simply" execution steps."

"The "Getting started with virtual machine" guide is very detailed and useful. A suggestion could be to show users how they could customize some of the data and processes that are in the tutorial."