Monday 30 March 2015

So exactly what does Adobe's ColdFusion 'Extended Support' get you?

This comment from Anit was fairly astonishing:

He followed it up with this:

So I have to ask... what's the point of paying for extended support? What does one actually get for this?

Suggesting it "provides extra time..." pretty much implies it's about as useful as simply not getting the extended support.

It sounds like it's just something Adobe does to facilitate extorting more money from their ColdFusion clients.

I'd really like to hear a better explanation of what real world actual benefits "extended support" gets an Adobe ColdFusion client?

Is anyone using it? Can they share any benefits they've got from Adobe as a result of paying for it?