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After 17 months of effort, hundreds of releases, tens of thousands of commits by hundreds of contributors, and millions of installs, we’re pleased to announce the immediate availability of Zend Framework 3. Zend Framework 3, along with recent releases of Zend Server 9 and Zend Studio 13.5, makes it easier for you to develop, debug, […]
Taking it to the Summit: We’ll be attending the RPG & DB2 Spring Summit!
Next week, two of our IBM i experts will be attending the RPG & DB2 Summit in Dallas. This Summit has been called the best educational value for IBM i developers, so we’re thrilled to be in attendance! While there, we’ll be exhibiting at a booth, networking with fellow enthusiasts, and presenting on a daily […]
Zend Server PHP 7 Early Access
I’m happy to announce the the Zend Server with PHP 7 early access program! As with previous major versions, we’d like to give you guys the chance to shape Zend Server to suit your needs and requirements by installing an early version of the upcoming Zend Server release. What makes this early access program even […]
Announcing the Zend Server Plugin Contest Final-5!
We’re happy to announce the final five contenders of the Zend Server Plugin Contest! Plugins, just in case you forgot, are snippets of code that extend Zend Server and Z-Ray to support specific development environments. Plugins are developed by, and for, Zend Server and Z-Ray users, and are available in the Zend Gallery – an […]
Running a PHP Cluster on AWS
Running a cluster of PHP servers on AWS can be a complex task to say the least, and in this article we will look into the various tasks involved in managing a PHP clustered environment. We will look into why it can be a complex and tricky task and how Zend Server help alleviate the pain involved. Introducing […]
Thank You to Plugin Contributors!
One of the most exciting features introduced in Zend Server 8.5 is the Zend Gallery – an online marketplace for plugins that extend Zend Server’s and Z-Ray’s functionality, and that have been developed by other users for the entire community to use. Zend Server was opened to community innovation, and the PHP community as a whole […]
Running a Magento Cluster on AWS
Magento applications running on the cloud need an infrastructure suited for their specific requirements. To avoid slow page loads and ultimately lost revenue,high availability and scalability are critical for a Magento store. This tutorial describes a setup that provides both. Running Magento on a Zend Server cluster running on AWS gives you the ability to […]
Running Zend Server on Google Cloud Platform
Day 1 at ZendCon in Las Vegas has seen some pretty interesting announcements, one of them being the availability of Zend Server on Google’s Cloud Platform. Just in case you want to check it out, this article will help you get started. Google’s Cloud Platform boasts a highly-scalable and reliable infrastructure, with computing, storage and application services […]
New Zend Server PHP Cluster AWS CloudFormation template generator
We are happy to announce the availability of a new CloudFormation template generator (available here). The main added new features are: Support for generation of templates for VPC environment Full support for t2.micro, t2.small and t2.medium instance types Ability to customize an RDS instance type that is used by a Zend Server Cluster Ability to […]
White Paper: Continuous Delivery and DevOps with Zend Server on Microsoft Azure
This white paper discusses key aspects of a DevOps approach to Continuous Delivery and identifies factors that contribute to confusion that can come in the way of cohesive development and operational efforts. It also describes elements of organizational change and the tools necessary to achieve DevOps best practices. The Continuous Delivery concept is a global […]