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ZDNet: ColdFusion smooths Web development

Mar 08, 2000, 22:09 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Allaire Corp.'s ColdFusion Web application server will take a big step forward later this month when Version 4.5.1 of ColdFusion Server Enterprise ships with new support for Linux and significant improvements in scalability."

"Along with Allaire's ColdFusion Studio development tool, ColdFusion already provides speedy Web application development using an easy-to-understand, tag-based language and efficient development tools. The new version will include comprehensive Linux support and tight integration with Cisco Systems Inc.'s LocalDirector load balancing hardware."

"PC Week Labs tested Release Candidate 1 code of ColdFusion Server Enterprise 4.5.1 on Linux and found the package a complete and comprehensive port of the rich functionality that ColdFusion on Windows provides. In particular, ColdFusion 4.5.1 on Linux includes support for both software- and hardware-based load balancing and transparent failover, connectivity to a wide set of database and Web data sources, and a full-text search engine from Verity Inc."

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