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“What PHP Deployment Gets Right” – Ian Bicking nails it at last

By Harry Fuecks

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This should be required reading for anyone working on the server-side – What PHP Deployment Gets Right; this really is the final word on the subject – it really needs adding to the PHP manual, as there’s a significant gap when it comes to describing how PHP actually works, and why it’s designed to help you avoid the squirrels.

It’s also great to hear that mod_wsgi is intended to provide similar architecture (the daemon mode) – up until now was only aware of mod_neko doing something similar to PHP.

Thanks Ian!

Harry Fuecks is the Engineering Project Lead at Tamedia and formerly the Head of Engineering at Squirro. He is a data-driven facilitator, leader, coach and specializes in line management, hiring software engineers, analytics, mobile, and marketing. Harry also enjoys writing and you can read his articles on SitePoint and Medium.