Administering ColdFusion Although you use the ColdFusion Administrator to perform most ColdFusion administration tasks, you can also manage databases, web server configurations, and ColdFusion Search Server. Using the ColdFusion Administrator Use the ColdFusion Administrator to perform basic administration tasks, such as establishing database connections and securing your ColdFusion applications. Data Source Management for ColdFusion Configure a data source for each database you want to use. Web Server Management Connect ColdFusion to the built-in web server and to external web servers, such as Apache and IIS. Deploying ColdFusion Applications ColdFusion includes archive and deployment options that let you package and create archive files. Administering ColdFusion Security Secure your ColdFusion applications using password authentication and sandbox security features. Basic Troubleshooting and FAQs Avoid issues with ColdFusion and perform basic troubleshooting as you begin to use ColdFusion. Working with Server Manager Adobe ColdFusion Server Manager is an Adobe AIR application packaged with ColdFusion installation. Using Multiple Server Instances Create multiple instances and clusters with your ColdFusion Enterprise edition. WebSocket Enhancements (ColdFusion 11) Security Enhancements (ColdFusion 11) Using the ColdFusion Server Monitor Track activities on your ColdFusion server, such as requests, queries, memory usage, and errors. ColdFusion Administrator API Reference ColdFusion Administrator API Reference Documentation Some content linked from this page may appear in English only.