I cannot find a coherent answer to this question on The Google or The Adobe. I understand that CF 2016 STANDARD has a CFTHREAD limitation. I'm assuming that is just a CFTHREAD FUNCTION limitation and not an overall thread limitation with the web server itself? In other words, if I'm just serving CFM web pages, I'm not limited to concurrent connections (concurrent web serving threads)? Serving CFM web pages (without using the CFTHREAD tag or function on any of those pages) should be as performant as CF ENTERPRISE?
Is this correct?
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Yes the limitation is the amount of threads CFThread uses (10 max), not the amount of concurrent connections.
You can get a rough idea of the differences here - Buying guide | Adobe ColdFusion Family http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/coldfusion-standard/buying-guide.html