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


13 Comments to “ColdFusion 10 on AWS Marketplace”

  1. Gavin
    Windows link and Adobe Product Page links are both bad. Just a heads up.
  2. Rakshith Naresh
    @Gavin: Thanks for the heads up. Can you check if this fixed now?
  3. Gavin
    Looks good now :)
  4. Ben Riordan
    Are there any plans to support small or medium instance sizes? Especially for the linux flavors where the OS takes little resources?


    ~ Ben
  5. Aaron Neff
    Hi Rakshith,

    This is awesome news :)

    Are there also steps for launching the instance into a VPC? A VPC removes both the single-IP restriction and the inability to change the security group. Just thought some may also find that useful, since I believe VPC is no longer an option once the instance is launched.

  6. Rakshith Naresh
    @Ben: Since this the first subscription offering for ColdFusion, we are starting with only large and X-Large instances. Based on how this is received and the demand for other instances from customers like you, we will eventually provide support on other instances as well.

    @Aaron: Thanks! I will check with the engineers and get back to you about the VPC.
  7. Aaron Neff
    Hi Rakshith,

    Since Amazon also offers Windows 2012, will there also be a CF10/Win2k12 AMI?

  8. Aaron Neff
    Hi Rakshith,

    In addition to my CF10/Win2k12 question, will there also be a bring-your-own-CF-license option for the CF10 AMI?

  9. Rakshith Naresh
    @Aaron: The BYOL model is not available at this time.
  10. Aaron Neff
    Hi Rakshith,

    Thanks very much for that confirmation. How about Windows 2012 CF10 AMI?

  11. Rakshith Naresh
    @Aaron: The initial plan to provide a Win server 2012 AMI. AWS Marketplace was not geared to support Win Server 2012 and we had to fallback to Win Server 2008.
  12. Felix
    Are there any updates on being able to BYOL for ColdFusion in AWS. We've been a long time custmer and have licenses, but would rather not pay for them twice. Any suggestions?
  13. Will Mulder
    Bump for Felix // Jun 9, 2014 at 7:03 AM
    Are there any updates on being able to BYOL for ColdFusion in AWS?

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