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BARRYC16
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  • 06-11-2012
    Hi James,I talked to Wes a few weeks ago about the possibility of Influxis having a pricing option that was similar to LCCS pricing... based more on usage rather than max number of connections.Some consumer applications like mine, have very low predicatability and a high degree of variance around ma...

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  • 29-06-2012
    Thanks Jeff. This is incredibly good news.

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  • 26-04-2012
    Thanks for the update Jeff,Your efforts to make this happen are VERY MUCH appreciated.- Barry

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  • 09-04-2012
    Me too.

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  • 27-03-2012
    @phaseblue - I understand your point. Each of are using different subsets of LCCS that are unavailable anywhere else and we have built businesses on the belief that this platform would be around long enough for those businesses to mature to the point where we could invest in building those component...

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  • 27-03-2012
    I can't say what Adobe uses for cluster management and failover of FMS servers, but I don't think this forum is the place to coordinate an effort to rebuild this or other components of the LCCS platform. I don't believe components of LCCS can be plugged in piecemeal. It's a complex platform with som...

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  • 26-03-2012
    In response to amma-adobe,FMS is just one component of LCCS, but FMS does not do it's own load balancing and fail over. Some of the components required for LCCS fail-over are technologies that require a license. This is another complication as far as open sourcing is concerned I would think.Barry

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  • 23-03-2012
    Thanks Jeff,The fact that you are looking at possible options is great news. This is wholeheartedly appreciated.One additional aspect I'd like to add to the conversation is that if Adobe has costs/losses associated with keeping the service up and running, the developement community should be polled ...

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  • 23-03-2012
    I would also be interested in any kind of cooperative efforts to keep a version of the service alive.

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  • 20-03-2012
    If open sourcing isn't an option it doesn't seem like it would take a lot for Adobe to find a partner willing to provide hosting services for the product. It sounds like they don't care. We can rebuild all the parts of LCCS that we use without too much difficulty, but we invested a lot of time in ge...

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