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PHP started as a simple scripting language for embedding dynamic data in HTML pages. It’s grown to be a mature, flexible, very powerful language, and yet its roots still lie in the web; PHP powers the bulk of the world’s largest Internet sites.
Ten years ago the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform was launched and in that time it has dominated and shaped the way cloud computing is viewed. Even after a decade there are still a lot of buzzwords flying around and putting your app in the cloud is often sold as a simple, cure-all solution. So what’s really involved?
Deploying a PHP application to the Cloud requires a different attitude for success. It takes more up-front time to do it right, but the results can be transformative. It’s important to understand the trade-offs involved in cloud deployment that will affect your devops, development, and even financial operations.
This presentation titled “Abusing the Cloud for Fun and Profit” discusses the experiences of moving TourBuzz.com to the Cloud.
This session introduces a new and highly-requested language for Google App Engine. The new runtime allows developers to take advantage of App Engine’s powerful scaling, services, durability, and ease of use, while leveraging familiar and powerful frameworks to build applications.
Learn how to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) including the Elastic Compute Cloud, the Simple Storage Service, and the Simple Database Service to create a scalable application in PHP using the new AWS SDK for PHP. You will see how easy and fun it is to build and run an application in the cloud.
This video shows how easy it is to deploy Ruby or PHP applications to a Hybrid Cloud using the Engine Yard Platform as a Service and a Cloudstack-based infrastructure. In fact, you can do so with little to no configuration.
This blog post explains how to use the CloudWatch User-Defined metrics with an EC2 Micro instance, PHP, Emacs, the MySQL development package and the AWS SDK for PHP.
This video shows how to use the Amazon Web Services (AWS) including the Elastic Compute Cloud, the Simple Storage Service and the Simple Database Service to create a scalable application in PHP. You will see how easy and fun it is to build and run an application in the cloud.
This article explains what makes cloud computing appealing to PHP developers and provides step-by-step instructions how to use the IBM Cloud to set up a PHP and DB2 development environment quickly.
This articles shows how to start building PHP applications on the Amazon Web Services platform with the AWS SDK for PHP.