ColdFusion MX 6.1 fuses with JRun

ColdFusion MX 6.1 fuses with JRun

Today's release of Macromedia Inc.'s ColdFusion MX 6.1 Web application server can run in multiple, independent instances on a single server platform.

Dozens of federal agencies use ColdFusion 'for the value proposition,' said Phil Costa, senior product manager for the San Francisco software vendor.

The enterprise edition of ColdFusion MX 6.1 costs government buyers $4,799. It comes bundled with Macromedia's JRun software for Java2 Enterprise Edition environments. A single installer and visual configuration wizard handles both applications.

'With JRun and ColdFusion in one product, you can run multiple instances of ColdFusion on the same server and deploy your applications separately,' Costa said. 'Each instance can be tuned independently, so if one application or database has problems, it won't affect the other instances.'

The application server has been updated for new operating system versions: Microsoft Windows Server 2003; Red Hat Linux 7.3, 8 and 9; and Sun Microsystems Solaris 9. It can work standalone, with JRun, or with other Web services environments such as BEA Systems' WebLogic, IBM WebSphere or Sun's Open Net Environment.

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