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Zend Developer Zone:
PHP on i/5OS thanks to Zend and IBM
June 09, 2006 @ 06:15:28

As was mentioned here previously and now in this post on the Zend Developer Zone, PHP has arrived on the i/5OS platform thanks to a collaboration from Zend and IBM.

During late March we released the Zend Core for i5/OS Early Access program. Since than, an increasing number of i5 customers, download the product and tested it on their i5 systems.

Now, we are starting an official public beta for our two PHP enabling products for the i5 community including Zend Core for i5/OS and Zend Studio for i5/OS. The two product are available on the Zend Network under i5/OS.

Some of the highlights of the product (Zend Core and Zend Studio) mentioned are:

  • PHP 5.0.5 and Apache 2 on i5/OS
  • Web Administration GUI
  • Zend Network automatic online updating services
  • Apache configuration control
  • IBM DB2 on i5/OS support through ibm_db2 and odbc PHP extensions
  • Zend Studio professional client on Windows Linux and Mac
  • Server debugging and profiling is supported by Zend Core for i5/OS exclusively.

If you're interested, you can get more information about this new offering here and here.

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