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Re: [newtech-1] PHP Optimised for Windows Server 2008

From: Asif Y.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 4, 2008 12:54 PM
Victor Shamanovsky wrote:
> /"It used to be that popular PHP applications would run more poorly on 
> Windows Server than on a Linux or Unix servers, for which PHP had been 
> optimised. Specialist in the PHP language Zend Technologies now says 
> //that's no longer the case/ 
> <http://www.itnews...­. 
> The Zend Core commercially supported form of PHP has been certified by 
> Microsoft as ready to run 'with performance and stability' on Windows 
> Server 2008, said Andi Gutmans, co-founder and CTO of Zend. 
> Previously, PHP 'didn't run as well as it should on Windows,' said 
> Gutmans, despite the fact that 75% to 80% of PHP users were developing 
> on Windows workstations."/ 

Fun!

You know PHP has entered the mainstream when it runs well on Windows!

Now how much does it *cost*? ;)

-Asif

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