Learn how Adobe ColdFusion 11 is designed to be an all-in-one application server that offers you a single platform to rapidly build and deploy scalable, high-performing web and mobile applications in enterprise environments.
ColdFusion 11 Server Lockdown Guide helps server administrators secure their ColdFusion 11 installations. Learn tips and suggestions to improve the security of your ColdFusion Server.
Compare ColdFusion 11, ColdFusion 10, and ColdFusion 9 Enterprise features by edition. This document provides a quick and easy way to see how much more powerful ColdFusion 11 is than any previous release.
Learn how Adobe® ColdFusion® Builder™ software will boost your productivity and enable you to build ColdFusion applications faster than ever before.
Adobe commissioned Neohapsis to do a security audit on the ColdFusion platform. No noteworthy findings were found on a ColdFusion server with secure profile enabled.
Learn how Adobe ColdFusion 10 is designed to rapidly build enterprise-ready Java EE applications. and easily create interactive web applications leveraging unique built-in HTML5 support.
ColdFusion 10 Server Lockdown Guide helps server administrators secure their ColdFusion 10 installations. Learn tips and suggestions to improve the security of your ColdFusion Server.
Compare ColdFusion 10, ColdFusion 9, and ColdFusion 8 features by edition. This document provides a quick and easy way to see how much more powerful ColdFusion 10 is than any previous release.
Discover how Adobe ColdFusion 9 application server enables you to rapidly build enterprise-ready Internet applications by condensing complex business logic into fewer lines of code.
Learn how you can manage your ColdFusion server settings for greater security. This guide covers prerequisites for your operating system, web server, and application server as well as provides details for settings to implement during the installation of your ColdFusion 9 server.
Learn how ColdFusion 8 solves the day-to-day challenges of Internet application development, allowing you to build compelling applications that fit into today's complex enterprise environments.
In this Adobe Commissioned white paper IDC believes that the unique blend of developer productivity, document integration, and Java fallback puts ColdFusion 11 on a lasting and potentially growing adoption curve. Also that ColdFusion has hit a sweet spot in various customer segments because of its ease of development and flexibility.
This Adobe Commissioned white paper examines the value proposition of the Adobe ColdFusion application development platform. The findings summarize that ColdFusion 10 represents the culmination of a long effort to make CF even richer, more productive and more secure. The above alone justify the adoption of this release.
Discover the benefits of using two of the most popular tools for ColdFusion programming: ColdFusion Builder and CFEclipse. This paper also provides a comparison of feature sets as well as information on when it is appropriate to choose which tool.
Find out how you can greatly increase the performance of your existing applications just by upgrading to ColdFusion 9. This performance brief covers comparisons of real-world applications against previous versions of ColdFusion and provides details on several new features for improving and tuning your application's performance.
Get the details on specific considerations that managers should factor into their application development infrastructure choices and investments. These considerations provide a clear picture of the benefits of using ColdFusion in conjunction with Java™ to build and deploy web applications of varying sizes and complexity.
Learn how ColdFusion 8 provides a more secure platform for developing and deploying rich applications in this white paper from security consultancy Information Risk Management Plc.
Get an introduction to the benefits of running multiple ColdFusion server instances on a single physical server with ColdFusion 8 Enterprise Edition.
Learn how you can dramatically increase the performance of your existing applications by simply upgrading to ColdFusion 8. This brief shows comparisons of real-world applications against previous versions of ColdFusion and also provides information on several new features for improving and tuning your application's performance.