The updated public facing roadmap is now available on the ColdFusion product page on adobe.com. Go to www.adobe.com/products/coldfusion, under the Datasheets and Whitepapers you will find the link for the product roadmap. Here is the direct link for the roadmap.
One of the points in the roadmap that needs a mention is the long term commitment that Adobe has for ColdFusion as a product. The version that Adobe is working on right now, ColdFusion Aether, will have extended support till 2025.
We are very close to offering the first pre-release for next major version of ColdFusion – ColdFusion Aether!
If you are just as excited as we are and want to get onto this early pre-release for Aether, all you have to do is take this short survey.
As always, we look forward to engaging with you on the pre-release.
See you there!
This post is to seek feedback from you about ColdFusion via a survey. Here is the survey link.
It should take less than two minutes of your time to fill up this survey. We look forward to your valuable feedback.
As you may be aware, core support for ColdFusion 10 will end on the 16th of May, 2017.
This post is to give you a heads-up that post 31st May 2017, the upgrade pricing to upgrade from ColdFusion 10 to ColdFusion (2016 release) will no longer be available. You must pay the full price to procure licenses for ColdFusion (2016 release) if you only have licenses for ColdFusion 10 or below, post 31st May 2017.
Please note that if you are already subscribed to a Maintenance and Support (M&S) Plan or an Upgrade Plan you already would have access to the latest version and will continue to have access to the latest version till you are subscribed, irrespective of the version of ColdFusion that you are running on production. For instance, you may still be on ColdFusion 10 in production, but are already under an M&S Plan. In this scenario, you have access to the latest version anyway and this has no direct relevance to you even after 31st May 2017.
This post is to give you heads up on the availability of new installers for Windows Server 2016. The new installers will be available before the end of April.
Update: The new installer is now available, as of Apr 28.
This post is to announce a new survey titled the Adobe ColdFusion survey – 2016. I request you to take time to provide your valuable feedback via the survey.
The results of the survey will help us validate certain hypothesis we have to build the future versions of the product. We are already in the process of planning for the next version of ColdFusion, codenamed Aether.
Here is the survey link again. Part of the survey result will also be presented at Adobe ColdFusion Summit this year. Thank you for your time.
The ColdFusion (2016 release) AMIs are now available for purchase on AWS Marketplace. The AMI is available on Windows Server 20212 R2 and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Pricing is available for all instances in the form of an hourly price or an annual price.
Also explore the product page for the AMI offering.
We acknowledged at CFSummit that we need to move the needle when it comes to bug fixes in the product. Just as we had announced, we are making improvements in this axis.
Here are some of the highlights so far.
A total of 423 legacy bugs (legacy bugs are those that were reported in previous versions starting from ColdFusion 11) were resolved as a part of the release.
A total of 95 external bugs were fixed in just update 1 and update 2 for ColdFusion 2016. More details about what fixes went in update 2 can be found in this post.
The average age for bugs to be verified by the product team from the time it is logged in the system is now down to 4 days. This was around 35 days during the ColdFusion 11 timeframe. This gives you a good sense of comparison between where we were and where we are headed towards.
Also, the upcoming update 3 promises to be an even significant update in terms of bug fixes when compared to update 1 and update 2. Stay tuned to hear about the upcoming update.
I want to leave you with the message that we are monitoring our improvements in this space very closely. You will hear more details about our overall improvements to bug fixes at CFSummit this year. We look forward to seeing you there!
As you are probably aware, we are in the planning stage for the next version of ColdFusion. You may have already seen a blog post asking you to submit your wishlist for the next version.
This post is about a survey that will give Adobe valuable information about your usage of ColdFusion. Please take a few minutes to take this survey and provide your feedback. The data from the survey will be used to validate a set of hypothesis about the usage of ColdFusion. This will eventually help us build a great next version of ColdFusion, codenamed Aether.
Thank you for your valuable time. Here is the survey link again.
As you are probably aware, with each version of ColdFusion, security is at the top of the priority list. With the latest release of ColdFusion, it is not just the security related features. Emphasis was laid on the inherent security of the ColdFusion platform by itself. To validate this, the PSIRT (Product Security Incident Response Team) at Adobe helped arrange a third party security audit for ColdFusion. The audit did come up with a few findings. Our Product engineers did an excellent job of mitigating all the findings to the fullest.
To validate the above claim, we now have a public facing security report, from the agency that performed the security audit, indicating that 100% of all findings have been mitigated. Here is the public facing report with all the details. You can also view the link to this security audit report under datasheets and whitepapers section of the ColdFusion product home page on the Adobe website.