Talk in English - US at Dutch PHP Conference 2015
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/da4f4
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Revisited: The Webstack in 2015
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This is very familiar territory to me, so it was great to find that I was very much on the same wavelength as Arne. I was concerned that some might feel out of their depth in a systems area, but there were some great follow-up questions that suggested that was not the case.
Good talk, good (experienced) speaker. Worth a 5-star rating.
I would appreciate more advanced details in this talk, it was a bit superficial. But for novice users, this was probably a great introduction into scalable PHP stacks.
Great talk. Rather short. Information slightly dated and for beginners.
Please extend the talk to explore actual 2015 technologies like asynchronous PHP (handles more connections), multi-location data centers (active-active and active-passive), and shared file servers. Also would like to hear more about the "Alexa Top 500" stack solutions for caching, CDN-ing, dealing with server outages.
Great talk as an intro. I would have liked to go more in depth into the nitty gritty and 'stories from the trenches'-type stuff. In anycase, great speaker (clearly done this before) and again great talk!
Very informative, gave me some great ideas for setting up a testlab in a VMWare LAN Segement to test out and maybe build on suggested setup. I'm half way and it looks like it's a very good setup. Little to no configurations to the default config files of NGinx, PHP5-FPM, Redis or MySql. It gives you a very scalable and redundant stack. Only I would like to see a constructive solution for a solution for shared storage where all the PHP server coulf write and read files.
This talk is really for beginners who did not much look at servers. I was expecting more details, maybe some numbers or other analysis to have more "meat" to this talk. The 2015 in the title made me think it would be a bit more bleeding edge. The technologies where well explained but have all been in use for a couple of years. "A modern web stack" would fit better as a title.