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ColdFusion licensing for Docker and other containers

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March 19, 2019 03:35:52 AM GMT
<p>Did you know there are CF Docker images? Have you wondered what were the licensing implications for using them?</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2019/03/coldfusion-licensing-docker-containers/">ColdFusion licensing for Docker and other containers</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com">ColdFusion</a>.</p>
Labels: Blog, ColdFusion, Modern CFML, blog, Docker, modern cfml


Please remove the closing brackets from https://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/standard/faq.html) Link is generating a 404.
Comment by gobiem95484943
1933 | March 19, 2019 04:12:57 PM GMT
Comment by Charlie Arehart
1932 | March 19, 2019 04:18:39 PM GMT
Thanks for that observation. This is a problem with the portal’s wysiwyg editor. And I want to fix that bad link, but note that the post will be taken offline until the change is “moderated” by Adobe. Let me coordinate with someone there to make sure they can approve it as soon as I change it. (With newer posts, I usually wait a few days before making any changes, because of this quirky behavior. But I agree in this case it’s important to correct, since the link would fail.) Again, thanks.
Comment by Charlie Arehart
1935 | March 19, 2019 04:21:45 PM GMT
I got that change in, and the post was released from moderation. Again, thanks gobiem.
Comment by Charlie Arehart
1936 | March 19, 2019 04:31:04 PM GMT
Hi All, Can anyone please clarify what is "ColdFusion Enterprise Edition allows a maximum of eight containers to be used for every Enterprise license". We have three Non-Prod Environments and One Prod Environment. We have total of 4 Projects. Thanks Ram
Comment by ramgopalr
1938 | March 20, 2019 06:11:25 PM GMT
Ram, what does a "project" mean here? Is it just another word for what you refer to as an "environment", and is that just how you refer to a container? Assuming so, then is your question really whether non-prod containers count against the limit? It would seem to depend on what you mean by "non-prod". If you <a href="https://coldfusion.adobe.com/2018/01/finding-the-eula-end-user-licensing-agreement-for-your-installed-cf-version/">read the CF EULA</a>, you will see it distinguishes things. With the Developer edition (no license), which I mentioned above is always free--and meant for non-prod use of course, that limits the number of concurrent requests that can run. With the Standard or Enterprise license, there is then a distinction between use of that license for production versus use of that license for test/qa/staging and development (with no limit on concurrent requests). It would seem that those same distinctions apply to this discussion on containers. That said, I do not work for Adobe and am not a lawyer, so do not consider this legal advice, just an educated opinion.
Comment by Charlie Arehart
1947 | March 27, 2019 03:27:17 AM GMT