CF 11 Licensing on Virtual Machines

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Oct 20, 2014 Oct 20, 2014

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I've sent an email to Adobe, and a member of Adobe sales team promise to call me last week, but nobody called me. So i'll try this forum.

We are about to upgrade some of our customers ColdFusion 10 Standard servers to ColdFusion 11 Standard. While trying to find information about ColdFusion 11 Standard licensing, we could not find the exact answer regarding to the amount of virtual processor cores.

So the question is: How many processor cores does ColdFusion 11 Standard allow on virtual server (vmware) (Windows Server 2012 R2)?

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Toni

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Adobe Employee , Oct 21, 2014 Oct 21, 2014
Abbor  and TonightWeDineInHELL Please send me a personal message with your contact information and the licensing requirements. I will arrange a call back for you.Regards,Anit Kumar

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Oct 21, 2014 Oct 21, 2014

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Hey,

If you get an answer to this (a call-back, email or whatever) please let us know. We are also running virtual servers.

It seems like CF licensing is one of Abode's best kept secrets.

Thanks!

- Shawn

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Abbor  and TonightWeDineInHELL Please send me a personal message with your contact information and the licensing requirements. I will arrange a call back for you.

Regards,

Anit Kumar

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