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+ - PHP optimised for Windows Server 2008

Submitted by Stony Stevenson
Stony Stevenson (954022) writes "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. But the specialist in the PHP language, Zend Technologies, says that's no longer the case. 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."
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