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BBC's New Infrastructure Java and PHP
June 03, 2008 @ 11:15:01

As mentioned in This new post by Federico Cargnelutti on the PHP::Impact blog today, the BBC website is about to get a pretty radical make over - a move from Perl and static files out to a fully dynamic site made with PHP and Java.

Like most organizations the BBC has its own technical ecosystem, the BBC's is pretty much restricted to Perl and static files. The good news is that they are planning to build a new infrastructure for bbc.co.uk and roll out a new Identity platform on it. This was announced on May during the XTech 2008 presentation that took place in Dublin, where BBC's plans to reinvigorate its technical platform were revealed.

The BBC wanted to upgrade their aging platform to something a bit newer and more flexible and wanted to be able to use things like the Zend Framework for the presentation layer and a MySQL backend to power the site.

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