Tomcat, Open BlueDragon, Railo, and a plethora of other free software applications and tools.The talk I gave was entitled "CFFree: Building and Deploying CFML Applications on a Free Software Stack." This was a 90-minute introduction to developing, deploying, testing, and monitoring CFML applications using
If you didn't make Dallas TechFest this year and are interested in this topic you're in luck! I gave everyone who attended my session a VirtualBox VM that has all the free CFML goodness installed on Ubuntu 10.04, and you can download the VM from my Dropbox (2.5 GB).
You can also view the presentation directly in Google Docs; just make sure to click "Actions" at the bottom then "Show Speaker Notes" to view the speaker notes since the slides alone don't tell you all that much.
As always if you grab the VM or read through the presentation and have any questions about any of this feel free to contact me. I'm considering doing a couple of screencasts on this topic because due to time constraints I had to breeze over some of the configuration details, not to mention some of the free software goodness I didn't get to show at all.
If you want to learn more about free CFML in person, next up on the calendar is a full day hands-on session that Adam Haskell and I will be doing at BFusion in September, and then of course three full days at OpenCF Summit in February 2011. Hope to see you at one or both of these events!