The Easiest Way to Deploy ColdFusion to the Cloud
The Adobe ColdFusion application server allows developers to rapidly build, deploy, and maintain robust Internet applications for the enterprise. It is quite popular, and it’s associated scripting language–ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML)–has a vibrant and growing community behind it.
1. Create an environment
- Go to jelastic.com and sign up if you haven’t done so yet, or log in with your Jelastic credentials by clicking the Sign In link on the page.
- While in Jelastic dashboard, click the Create environment button at the top left:
- Go to adobe.com and sign up.
- Look through the pre-installation summary and click Install.
It will take just a second for your environment to be created.
2. Creating a WAR file
Select the Downloads tab, pick ColdFusion 9 from the list and click Go.
3. Deploying a Java package
- Once the update of the ColdFusion WAR is finished, upload this file to any online file storage system that you want. At the moment, while we are still in beta, the file is too big for Jelastic’s Deployment manager.
- Then upload WAR file to Jelastic via URL.
Once the package is in dashboard, deploy it to the environment you created earlier.
Now you can go and run the ColdFusion Administrator.
Find out how to deploy Adobe ColdFusion app server, which allows you to rapidly build, deploy, and maintain robust Internet applications for the enterprise.
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