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Build an Enterprise-Grade PHP Stack with Zend Server 5.0 and Oracle 11g
April 22, 2010 @ 11:47:27

On the Zend Developer Zone today there's a new article looking at how you can build an enterprise-grade stack with the combination of Zend Server and Oracle's 11g database.

Setting up an Oracle/PHP/Apache/Linux (OPAL) development environment isn't the easiest of tasks, especially in corporate IT environments which are used to point-and-click simplicity. [...] One of the easiest ways to quickly configure a PHP environment in this environment is Zend Server, a PHP stack that runs on both Windows and Linux and that can be used to build Oracle-based applications out of the box.

The article introduces Zend Server and the functionality it provides (like a web-based management console, built-in optimization and application troubleshooting) as well as how to get it installed and working on your system. With everything all set up and ready, they show you how to configure the Oracle support for it including the use of connection pooling page caching.

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