Happy 10th anniversary to the Eclipse Foundation
Thank you for contributing towards a number of projects that have significantly increased the productivity of developers. The Eclipse Project, originally created by IBM and supported by a consortium of software vendors, provides four services to the Eclipse community: IT Infrastructure, IP Management, Development Process, and Ecosystem Development. To mark the 10th anniversary of the Eclipse Foundation, Infoworld created a list of […]
Announcing Enhanced PHP Long-Term Support Policy and Zend Server 6.3
We’re excited to announce our official Long-Term Support (LTS) policy for PHP, enabling users to confidently continue using a given major version of PHP – for instance, PHP 5.3 – for more than five years after its initial release date. This adds an additional 2 years (40%) to the life cycle of a major PHP […]
Test Drive the Future for Free
As Andi Gutmans explained in his 2014 inaugural blog, we at Zend are excited about the explosive growth of mobile and web-based applications in the enterprise, and we expect 2014 to be a watershed year for the continuous delivery model of those applications. To help promote the benefits of Zend Server and the continuous delivery […]
DevOps for Agile Delivery
No matter how frequently you’re rolling out new features, incorporating agility in the development process is more important then ever. Agile development and continuous iteration places new demands on operations to support continuous delivery, in which small changes are released often and apps must be tested on an ongoing basis. So smooth DevOps collaboration is a must […]
Announcing Zend Server 6.2!
Building on the announcement of the Continuous Delivery Blueprint, we’re excited to release a new version of Zend Server with strengthened capabilities for infrastructure and release automation. Zend Server is the platform at the core of the Zend Blueprint for Continuous Delivery, and provides consistency, automation and collaboration capabilities to each stage of bringing applications from code to […]
Join us for our first ever ZendCon hackathon!
This special event reserved for ZendCon Europe attendees will stretch your coding limits to the extreme in a friendly competition. Join us on Monday night (room TBA) at 7:00PM for the hackathon kick-off. The rules will be announced then, and the hackathon will run throughout the event until Wednesday. Prizes include the highly coveted big […]
Update on php.net malware
On October 24th, 2013, the PHP development team learned that two of the servers that run the community website php.net had been compromised for brief periods of time between October 22nd and October 24th. The attack vector that allowed the intruders into these servers almost certainly was unrelated to PHP itself. While a PHP-based attack vector can’t be […]
Listen to the PHP 2013 opening keynote!
Don’t miss the chance to listen to Zend CEO Andi Gutmans and CTO Zeev Suraski talk about the importance and realities of API-centric application design – and announce a new open source project (Apigility) designed to make API creation and maintenance simpler than ever. Also, did you know that 87% of developers experience delays in […]
Wow, what a great first day of ZendCon!
What a first day that was! Starting with the opening keynote, where Chili the elephpant made his debut, and Andi Gutmans and Zeev Suraski announced Apigility and Zend’s Blueprint for Continuous Delivery. In the afternoon Peter S Magnussion talked about native web development at Google, including what burstabilty in action looks like (on the Google […]