Meet ColdFusion on Amazon Web Services
Build high-performing, enterprise-ready applications that scale dynamically to meet your business needs. Easily create interactive web applications leveraging unique built-in HTML5 support. Make your websites more secure with formidable security standards.
Deploy ColdFusion -based enterprise applications quickly without purchasing the software or investing in hardware. ColdFusion on AWS comes with Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) that let you apply the ColdFusion image directly on an Amazon instance.
Eliminate high upfront costs and reduce your ongoing costs. Start using the ColdFusion server for as little as $0.15/hour (underlying platform cost not included). Pay only for the cloud resources used, and get Adobe support for ColdFusion AMIs on Amazon EC2.
Scale resources based on demand using the readily available, highly reliable AWS cloud computing platform and durable technology setup with industry-recognized certifications and audits built and managed by Amazon.
New Features in Adobe ColdFusion (2018 Release)
Boost the performance of your principal application by offloading resource-intensive code segments to a secondary thread. Simply use the RUNASYNC function to execute code without the overhead of managing multiple threads. Once the result is ready to be consumed, you’ll receive a notification.
Flag performance issues and isolate problem areas so that you can initiate corrective action much faster. Know the average response time and throughput across the cluster, or specific to a node, application, or page, in real time. The information will also be automatically archived for historical analysis.
Now implement lockdown of your production server with a single click. All steps in the lockdown guide will be systematically followed, ensuring that security measures are fail-safe and in compliance. Post-lockdown, the system will continue to be monitored for potential breaches.
Swiftly identify, analyze, debug and resolve complex performance issues buried deep in your code. Get the detailed information required to pinpoint the root cause of bottlenecks, and troubleshoot complex applications more effectively.