Web Parts are supported for SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013 installations (all editions are supported: Foundation, Standard and Enterprise).
Bizagi Web parts apply for On-Premise SharePoint sites using a form of integrated authentication (e.g, Windows authentication or Federated authentication).
As a good practice, it is recommended to set a Reverse Proxy to protect you business assets, avoiding the exposure of your Server directly to the Internet.
What you need to do
In order to use Bizagi Web parts for SharePoint, follow these steps:
1. Install the Web parts in your SharePoint server.
The installation add-in is available right at bizagi.com.
A SharePoint administrator may deploy this add-in either through a wsp file, or through an executable installer.
For more information, refer to Installing the Web parts.
2. Perform the central configuration for the Web parts.
Once installed, as an initial configuration you will only need to configure the connection details to your project's Bizagi portal.
For more information, refer to Configuring the Web parts.
3. Start using the Web parts in your SharePoint pages.
Your SharePoint Web designer may start dragging and dropping Bizagi Web parts into SharePoint pages and configure their properties (basic settings, labels, appearance, etc).
For more information, refer to Using the Web parts.