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Adobe ColdFusion 8 Adds Server Monitoring, More

Adobe ColdFusion 8 Adds Server Monitoring, More

by , 11:10 AM EDT, July 30th, 2007

Adobe announced the immediate availability of ColdFusion 8 on Monday. The new version of the dynamic Web site development application added the ability to monitor Web servers for performance-related issues, and improved Ajax support.

It also improved integration with other Adobe applications including Adobe Flex, Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR), and Adobe LiveCycle, improved PDF creation, enhanced the ability to extract content from PDF documents, and more.

ColdFusion 8 Standard, which is geared towards small and mid-sized businesses, is priced at US$1,300. The Enterprise version is designed to handle multiple sites and Web applications on one or more servers, and costs $7,500. Upgrades are priced at $650 and $3,750 respectively.

  

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