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October 16, 2020
SD Times: Adobe ColdFusion 4th in App Servers in Evans Data Survey

Adobe ColdFusion placed very favorably in a year-long survey of more than 700 developers regarding eight application servers in enterprises.

"Windows Server and ColdFusion took third and fourth place, respectively [behind IBM WebSphere and Apache]. ColdFusion, in particular, rated highly in scalability, performance and support options. Evans Data attributed this spike in ColdFusion appreciation to last year's release of ColdFusion 8.0."

Check out the summary article here: http://www.sdtimes.com/link/32978

The full report describes the features and capabilities rated as:

Number of platforms supported
Value to cost ratio
Compatibility with other software
Integration with mobile devices
Messaging capabilities
Load balancer
Server infrastructure
XML and Web Services runtime
Session persistence
Database connectivity
Transaction services
EAI and legacy support
Security features
Change management
Application management console
Event log

and says,

"...ColdFusion offers not only a good, easy to use application server, but also easy access to other Adobe technologies."

"In July of 2007, Adobe introduced version 8.0 of ColdFusion. This new version provides Microsoft .NET integration, integration with Adobe Acrobat forms, and enhanced performance. In fact, Adobe claims version 8.0 is four times faster than the previous version, and the product’s users in this survey felt that performance was one of the server’s strongest points, along with scalability, security, and support."

"Version 8.0 also allows the creation of dynamic presentations using Adobe Acrobat Connect, and a built-in ColdFusion Server Monitor to help spot bottlenecks that slow performance."

"Other additions to ColdFusion 8.0 are built-in AJAX widgets, file archive manipulation, Microsoft Exchange server integration, multi-threading, perapplication settings, Atom and RSS feeds, reporting enhancements, stronger encryption libraries, array and structure improvements, and improved database interaction. But a major benefit of the product is its ability to turn any browser content into PDF."



that report is so misleading, it isn't even funny.

coldfusion and performance. that is funny.

THe above comments are from LOSERS! ColdFusion ROCKS! Especially Centaur!

Why is it that when people take the time to post ad hominem on someone else's blog, they feel the need to use obscure, anonymous names?