Blueprism recently announced free trail version on Azure Cloud and OnPrem Evaluation Edition for individual users to try out.
Azure Cloud Free Trail
The Cloud based free trail can be downloaded directly from Blue Prism website by following the link
Download the Azure Trail valid for 30 Days and which supports upto 1 Digital worker and 15 processes here
“Deploy and Go” Getting started with Blue Prism on Azure and experimenting with building automations is easy. There’s no need to purchase a Blue Prism license or connect to an extra mechanism to experience the power of connected-RPA. The Azure Marketplace trial includes a limited Blue Prism license; users just need an Azure account to get started. Azure customers can experience Blue Prism’s enterprise-grade connected-RPA platform for up to three weeks, which includes 1 resource; 2 sessions; and 15 published processes. Trial users also have access to resources, tutorials, and training materials that demonstrate work queues and the automations possible through the Blue Prism platform. Blue Prism currently offers integration with Azure, Bing and Excel for the Azure Marketplace trial. Future trial versions will include additional features, plus integration with Azure Cognitive Services.
You need to pay for Azure VM costs only and the Blue Prism license will be given free for a month.
Whats more: You can even get a free Azure account with 200$ worth of credit which can be used for upto 1 month. So essentially you pay nothing for getting an Azure VM and Blue Prism License for a month.
On premise Evaluation Version:
The on Premise evaluation version of Blue Prism with trail license can be downloaded from here
Upon downloading the software from here
, you will be redirected to blue prism DIGITAL EXCHANGE, you need to login and submit your request via the registration form and an evaluation license will be sent out to you via email. You need to have a valid Blue Prism Portal account to access the license for On-Prem Trail.
In coming days, Blue Prism also plans to launch free versions across AWS, IBM Cloud and Google Cloud.
With that, Blue Prism will become first RPA software to be available free across all major cloud service providers for free.