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LiveCycle Goes Cloud

A subscription-based version of the LiveCycle Enterprise Suite that Adobe debuted in October

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Remember that on-demand version of its document-centric LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2 that Adobe promised?

The first cloud version of the thing?

Well, it's here and it's called LiveCycle Managed Services EC2. It's a subscription-based version of the LiveCycle Enterprise Suite that Adobe debuted in October that uses Amazon's EC2 to deploy rich Internet applications.

It's supposed to mean quicker roll-outs. It might attract smaller users in specific vertical industries.

The production version is due March 8.

Pricing starts around $50,000 a year depending on the modules selected.

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