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Zend Cozies Up to Oracle

Zend Technology says it’s making its Zend application server through Oracle’s Unbreakable Linux Network

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Zend Technology, Microsoft’s little open source PHP friend, says it’s making its Zend application server, designed for running and managing business-critical PHP applications in production, available to Oracle’s enterprise customers through Oracle’s Unbreakable Linux Network. It includes out-of-the-box enterprise-grade connectivity to Oracle Database. PHP is said to run 35% of the web. According Zend CEO Andi Gutmans, “Together, we are now delivering an enterprise-grade PHP stack from top to bottom supporting the development, deployment, and management of business-critical PHP applications on Oracle. This full stack will also ease deployment in virtual environments using Oracle VM.”

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