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Coldfusion licensing for Windows Azure

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please can you advise the licensing options for Coldfusion on the Windows Azure platform.  Specifically with Coldfusion Enterprise how many instances, virtual machines/ cores can you run Coldfusion 10/11 on. 

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Coldfusion licensing for Windows Azure

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please can you advise the licensing options for Coldfusion on the Windows Azure platform.  Specifically with Coldfusion Enterprise how many instances, virtual machines/ cores can you run Coldfusion 10/11 on. 

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It would work same as licensing on other virtual machine.

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So reading the cold fusion 10 license agreement 3.1.2 it indicates that you can run 10 instances of cold fusion within a cloud network, so is it correct to assume that this is the same for release 11.      i.e.    if the Virtual machines are 2 core machines     you can run 5 instances with the cold fusion 10 Enterprise license ?

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Yes, ideally one user license key should be valid for one CPU(having four cores) on virtual machine..

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Hi Kaif,

Thanks for your response, I am not sure I understand your answer, we will have 4 cores shared between 2 Virtual machines and do not have any visibility of the underlying hardware CPU's so would 1 Enterprise license cover our requirement,

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As you are having 4 shared cores among 2 virtual machines, ideally one user license key would be needed for each of the virtual machines.

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  1. Such sharing among different virtual machines won't work wrt product license keys.
  2. For every virtual machine at least one user license key would be needed.
  3. Half user license key consideration for 1st virtual machine and other half user license key consideration for 2nd virtual machine, can't be feasible.

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