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For many companies, constantly upgrading to the latest PHP version simply isn’t an option.
For organizations in regulated industries, keeping applications on secured PHP runtimes with regular security updates is crucial to maintaining compliance with HIPPA, PCI and other standards.
Compliance aside, many businesses can't afford spending their valuable development time and money refactoring code for an upgrade.
For businesses who need extended security and support for their application, Zend offers fully-supported and secure PHP runtimes.
Try ZendPHP runtimes for PHP versions 7.3, 7.4, and 8 on Linux and IBM i for free.
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Keeping your PHP applications secure against the latest CVEs is critical. With PHP runtimes from Zend, you get back-ported security patches that keep your applications safe, secure, and compliant.
ZendPHP runtimes with a support contract feature dedicated, around the clock support, including two-hour support responses from a global team of PHP experts, critical security patches, bug fixes, and more.
Keeping PHP applications current and secure sounds great in theory. But in practice, it means spending significantly more time and money refactoring your codebase for upgrade, and less time developing new features that keep your application — and business — relevant.
With PHP runtimes and long term support from Zend, you get the benefit of support even when your PHP version is no longer community supported. That means your team can update on your schedule and not the community release cadence.
ZendPHP ships new major and minor versions of PHP within two weeks of community release. Get independence from OS release cadences, and the freedom to install multiple versions of PHP on the same machine.
Keeping up with compliance standards like SOX, PCI, or HIPPA can take up a lot of time for development teams. With Zend's PHP runtimes and long term support, you get the benefit of fully secure and compliant PHP runtimes without the costs.
Get ready-to-use PHP images with ZendPHP Cloud Solutions. Also included are provisioning tools for Vhosts, SSL, and PHP versionability. With this, developers can create and use terraform templates for orchestration.
ZendPHP Cloud works on multiple operating systems:
And with the following web servers:
There are several license options. You may bring your own license or get a pro-rated hourly, monthly, or yearly license, depending on the cloud provider. Contact us to learn more about your options.
Need to orchestrate your PHP application cluster? We also provide Terraform templates you can customize to suit your needs!
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Receive support for both community PHP and Zend LTS editions with ZendPHP Containers. ZendPHP Containers supports CentOS 8, Debian 10, and Ubuntu 20.04, with other operating systems and versions available on request. All images come with variants for use with the CLI or PHP-FPM.
We also document a standard Dockerfile that can be configured using Docker build arguments, providing the ultimate in flexibility when used in conjunction with Compose, Stack, Kubernetes, or Helm. We provide templates demonstrating setup of a session cluster using each of these technologies; use them to help you orchestrate your own microservices or large-scale applications!
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ZendPHP Enterprise supports the following operating systems, PHP versions and extensions.
Get long-term support beyond the community EOL for PHP 5.6, 7.1, and other versions from Zend.
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