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Engine Yard Blog:
Deploying PHP Applications on Engine Yard A How-To
September 27, 2013 @ 10:22:57

Matthew Weier O'Phinney has written up an article for the Engine Yard blog walking you through the full process of getting a PHP site set up and working with their platform-as-a-service hosting.

I've been experimenting with a variety of cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings lately, and naturally was interested in seeing what Engine Yard brought to the table for PHP developers with its Engine Yard Cloud offering. Deployment of my application includes several non-trivial aspects, and I wanted to see how easy, or difficult, it was to accomplish each.

He lists some of his criteria (including deployment from a git repo, usage of Composer and cronjobs) and notes that the EY service matches all of his needs. The rest of the post goes into the details of the deployment, breaking it up into sections:

  • Initial deployment: Git and Composer
  • Private Configuration setup
  • Deployment Tasks
  • Cronjobs
  • DNS
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Link: https://blog.engineyard.com/2013/deploying-php-applications-on-engine-yard-a-how-to

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