Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced the immediate availability of Adobe ColdFusion 8.
Since May 2007, more than 14,000 developers have actively participated in the ColdFusion 8 public beta, praising the new capabilities in this latest version.
ColdFusion 8 enables developers to seamlessly integrate their ColdFusion applications with other Adobe technologies such as Adobe Flex, PDF, Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR), and Adobe LiveCycle. ColdFusion 8 also uses Ajax-based components, enabling developers to design and deploy engaging applications by integrating complex environments into intuitive interfacesColdFusion 8 offers expanded support such as .NET integration, Microsoft Windows Vista and JBoss support, and integration with the latest version of enterprise databases, giving organizations enhanced efficiency, interoperability, and scalability.
ColdFusion 8 is available in two editions: ColdFusion 8 Enterprise Edition is a high-performance solution for delivering multiple Web sites and applications on one or more servers, or on existing J2EE application server installations; ColdFusion 8 Standard is an easy-to-manage configuration for single applications that is ideal for small to medium-sized businesses. Enterprise Edition is available for $7499 per 2-CPUs, and Standard Edition is available for $1299 per 2-CPUs. ColdFusion may also be used for development at no cost with the free Developer Edition, a full-featured server for development use only. Special upgrade pricing is available to owners of valid ColdFusion MX 6 and 7 licenses.
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