Tips and Tricks for Tuning PHP for Windows and IIS
PHP on Windows has a long history. That history wasn’t always a good one however that’s changed over the last couple of years. These days Windows is both a good development platform and a good choice for hosting PHP applications in production. Recent releases of PHP itself has contributed to this as well as technologies such as FastCGI and WinCache. For this session Mark Brown from Microsoft start with a barebones Windows and IIS server and walk through the steps of installing, configuring, tuning PHP on Windows and IIS. During the entire process Mark will load test the server and monitor its performance so you can see how well Windows and IIS do at hosting PHP applications.
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