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Over the last few weeks there have been quite a few passionate discussions happening on ColdFusion. This post addresses those. 

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Please participate in this ColdFusion feature usage survey. This is not a typical feature usage survey for ColdFusion. The purpose of this survey is to understand the usage of some of the old or not-so-popular features of ColdFusion.

The information gathered here will help Adobe deprecate/retain/provide alternate features in the next major version of ColdFusion.

Thanks for your time.

Adobe JRun will no longer be available for purchase post April 2013. Adobe will continue to fulfill its obligations under existing maintenance contracts through the term of such contracts.

ColdFusion 9, however will continue to be under core support from Adobe.

Here's the link to the updated JRun product page and FAQ page on adobe.com. 

 

 

Here's some exciting news about ColdFusion Splendor. We will soon have pre-release open for Adobe ColdFusion Splendor, next major version of ColdFusion server and ColdFusion Builder Thunder, next major version of ColdFusion Builder. This time we will have a single pre-release program for both Builder and Server. 

If you are interested in being a part of the pre-release, do take this survey linked here.

Please realize that participating in this survey does not guarantee a pre-release invite. The plan is to start the pre-release with a reduced number of participants and eventually increase the number of pre-release of participants. You will receive an invite as soon as your interest is accepted. The acceptance may happen now or in the coming months when we decide to increase the number of pre-release participants.

Your participation will be valuable in shaping up the future version of ColdFusion.

 

 

 

I am excited to post about the new Amazon EC2 offering on AWS Marketplace for ColdFusion 10.

You can now buy ColdFusion AMI (ColdFusion Enterprise Amazon Machine Image) from AWS Marketplace at an hourly based pricing:

 

Large Instance: $0.15/hr

X-Large Instance: $0.30/hr

It is available on both Windows 2008 R2 and Ubuntu 12.0.4.

You are also entitled to get support from Adobe and all you are required to do is send an email to the Adobe support (CFSup@adobe.com) with your AWS account number to start making use of support. Details of which can be found on Amazon's page for the AMIs as well.

Here are the links on Amazon Marketplace to buy the Windows and Linux AMIs:

Windows: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00BQNEX5S

Ubuntu: https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00BR6SYHW



The online documentation for this new offering can be found here: http://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/release-note/coldfusion-10-cloud.html