For companies who want to modernize, rearchitect, or build new web applications, the 12-Factor application methodology is an attractive – albeit daunting – option. And, with benefits that can range from cost savings and enhanced scalability to added security and resilience, it’s no wonder why it’s an attractive option.

But is modernization via the 12-Factor methodology realistic for most companies? And, if so, how can leaders effectively plan for and execute these efforts?

About the Webinar

In this on-demand webinar featuring Zend Senior Product Manager Matthew Weier O’Phinney and Solutions Engineering Manager Massimiliano Cavicchioli, they will discuss:

  • The benefits of the 12-Factor methodology for web applications
  • Generating organizational buy-in for 12-Factor modernization efforts
  • Strategies to minimize complexity when modernizing or rearchitecting web applications
  • Technologies and resources that can help make your 12-Factor web app a success
  • And more

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Matthew Weier O'Phinney Headshot

Matthew Weier O’Phinney

Zend Product Manager, Zend by Perforce

Matthew began developing on Zend Framework (ZF) before its first public release, and led the project for Zend from 2009 through 2019. He is a founding member of the PHP Framework Interop Group (PHP-FIG), which creates and promotes standards for the PHP ecosystem — and is serving his second elected term on the PHP-FIG Core Committee.


Massimiliano Cavicchioli

Software Architect

Massimiliano Cavicchioli is a Software Architect at Zend. He has over 20 years of experience in the tech world, 16 of which he spent contributing to the PHP ecosystem at Zend. During his many years of providing consultation to enterprise corporations, Massi has developed a wealth of tangible knowledge — making him highly capable in helping companies achieve best practices in both PHP and OSS.