Optimizing a Zend Framework application

Rob Allen (25.May.2011 at 11:10)
Talk at php|tek 11 (English - US)

Rating: 5 of 5

Learn how to not only measure the performance of a Zend Framework 1
application, but also how to improve the performance. Starting with
class loading and Zend_Db’s performance to evaluating the view
performance, this talk will cover potential bottlenecks in typical
Zend Framework code and consider what you need to do to improve your
application’s performance. This talk is aimed at developers with
an understanding of how to put together a Zend Framework application.

Who are you?

Claim talk

By clicking this button you are declaring that you are the speaker responsible for it and a claim request will be sent to the administrator of the event.

If the claim is approved you will be able to edit the information for this talk.

Are you sure?

Comments closed.


Rating: 5 of 5

25.May.2011 at 11:53 by Tom Doggett (2 comments)

Very nice talk; thank you. While we don't have problems with many, many users, we will definitely push the server guys for installing apc at the least and will investigate implementing the rest of these ideas.

Rating: 5 of 5

25.May.2011 at 11:53 by Anonymous

Fantastic presentation! Tons of fantastic examples of how to immediately improve the performance of your code. The delivery was witty and charming to boot.

Rating: 5 of 5

25.May.2011 at 11:53 by Anonymous

Brilliant! So many great examples of the inefficiencies of certain aspects of ZF, especially when it comes to Zend_View and Zend_Loader, and how to fix them.

Rating: 5 of 5

25.May.2011 at 11:53 by Michael Porter (5 comments)

Fantastic advice! I really appreciated each tidbit, and look forward to using the notes from this talk to go back and combat the performance naysayers.

Rating: 4 of 5

25.May.2011 at 12:23 by Reiza Haniff (4 comments)

Thanks for the practical advice on performance testing a ZF based application and, solutions that provide real performance gains in production.

Rating: 5 of 5

25.May.2011 at 13:27 by Jeremy Brown (37 comments)

Well-presented great information.

Rating: 5 of 5

25.May.2011 at 13:29 by James Johnson (9 comments)

Very useful examples. Only suggestion would be to have a slide showing a benchmark of the differences before and after all the ZF optimizations.

Rating: 5 of 5

25.May.2011 at 13:35 by Johnny Sheeley (5 comments)

Thanks for running through everything - very fast and some great reminders of things to consider. I would have liked to hear more about ZF2, but I'm also sure that will happen when you guys actually release. :)

Rating: 5 of 5

25.May.2011 at 13:45 by Patrick Schwisow (94 comments)

Great suggestions... Unfortunately several of them require either editing ZF classes or doing overly complicated workarounds

Rating: 4 of 5

25.May.2011 at 15:21 by Andriy Savchenko (9 comments)

Very useful, but why not to incorporate some of the described techniques into ZF itself? It's easy to edit ZF classes but most people who use SVN probably use svn::externals to incorporate ZF and it can be just impossible to edit ZF classes. Good speech anyway.

PS: please louder next time, accoustic is not very good in this room

Rating: 5 of 5

26.May.2011 at 16:44 by Garrison Locke (23 comments)

This was a great session! I learned that 1) I was doing a lot of optimization things correctly already, and 2) Some new techniques for making my ZF apps better. Also, who knew there was a performance manual on the ZF docs site?

I'd encourage a bit of a volume increase though. It was a little hard to hear at times.

Rating: 5 of 5

27.May.2011 at 14:01 by Gordon Forsythe (17 comments)

Good session. I learned I've been doing a few things incorrectly. Oh well, it was time for an overhaul of my app anyway. ZF rocks and I'm excited for zf2 when it comes out later this year (hopefully).

© Joind.in 2015