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Caching in PHP With Zend Server

Zend Server lets you optimize the performance of your applications at several levels. From bytecode caching to data caching to URL-based page caching, multiple PHP caching options help you deliver maximum speed.

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Why else use Zend Server?

Application deployment

Deploy your applications faster and more consistently with Zend Server! Streamline the handoff of application updates from development to operations and build a more consistent, automated, scalable deployment process.

 

PHP monitoring

Get insight into the performance and operation of your PHP applications with Zend Server. You'll always be aware of PHP errors, high memory usage, slow request execution, and more – and you'll have the details you need to solve the problem.

  

Code Tracing: PHP debugging done right!

Finding the root cause of problems, especially when they occur in the production environment, is a time-sink for developers and system administrators. Zend Server applies the concept of a black box flight recorder to PHP. It can record live application execution in testing or production, helping you quickly pinpoint bugs and performance bottlenecks in your code.

 

Job Queue: Offload Execution of Long-running PHP Scripts

While web applications are generally designed to operate synchronously, some tasks are better suited to asynchronous execution. Long-running report generation, order processing, database cleanup, and pulling of RSS feeds are some examples of jobs that can be executed asynchronously. Zend Server incorporates Job Queue, providing full support for creating, executing and managing jobs to optimize application performance and reduce server load.

 

RESTful Web API support

Zend Server has a built-in RESTful Web API for managing and deploying Zend Server and Zend Server Cluster Manager and PHP applications running on Zend Server, which enables automation of management tasks and integration with other Zend or third-party software.

  

Clustering support

Using Zend Server Cluster Manager, you can easily scale up your PHP applications across multiple servers, ensuring applications are highly available and that monitoring and management of your clustered environments are just as scalable.

  

Zend Framework integration

Zend Server makes it easy to develop and run Zend Framework applications, with the latest libraries built into Zend Server as well as Zend Framework caching support.


  

PHP 5.3 support

Zend Server provides full support for PHP 5.3 in addition to PHP 5.2, allowing you to safely develop and deploy your application using the latest PHP stack after it has been thoroughly tested by Zend.


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Customer Quote

   Leveraging Zend Server’s capabilities and SDK allowed us to simplify the scripting and packaging mechanisms for the deployment of our code and to effortlessly support server clusters, enabling non-expert users to initiate deployments. This ensured extra control and the flexibility essential for Novadex to stay at the forefront of cloud based business communication management.   

Andreas RossbachCTO, Novadex

   Our provisioning scripts and the fully laid-out functionality of Zend deployment eliminated a lot of manual processes. Between Zend Server and Zend’s ongoing support, we’ve also gotten a lot of experience on how to do better performance testing.   

Luis ColonDirector of Enterprise Architecture, CDS Global

   With Zend Server, you can have multiple applications running on the same server, whereas other models allow just one application per server. This translates into cost savings for us because our development QA testing server has 12 apps running on it in parallel, and with Amazon Cloud our server costs are our biggest expense.    

Jonathan MarstonVice President of Engineering, EnglishCentral