EULA doesn't cover container/Docker scenarios| View in Tracker
It is not currently clear how Adobe intends to allow for containerize/Docker installs of ColdFusion. The EULA mentions only physical servers and VMs. While the EULA's definition of a VM is rather vague it is not standard in the Docker world for a container to be conflated with a VM. Also, how will core-based licensing change to cover As-A-Service sort of arrangements where you have little knowledge or control over the host. For instance, I can run ColdFusion on Heroku, but I have no control or information really about the physical or virtual machines that power my dynos.