Tag: PHP

Maximizing PHP 7 Performance with NGINX, Part 2: Multiple Servers and Load Balancing

PHP is the programming language used for many popular frameworks and content management systems (CMSes). We have specific articles on the two most popular PHP-based CMSes, WordPress and Drupal. Introduction – When to Use Multiple Servers Part 1 of this blog post covers maximizing PHP web server performance on a single‑server implementation, where the web server and…

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Maximizing PHP 7 Performance with NGINX, Part 1: Web Serving and Caching

Introduction – How NGINX is Used with PHP PHP is the most popular way to create a server‑side Web application, with roughly 80% market share. ( is a distant second, and Java an even more distant third.) The PHP universe includes a multitude of PHP frameworks; the most popular include Laravel, Phalcon, and Symfony 2. PHP is…

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Real-Time Web Applications with WebSocket and NGINX

In the blog post NGINX as a WebSocket Proxy we discussed using NGINX to proxy WebSocket application servers. In this post we will discuss some of the architecture and infrastructure issues to consider when creating real-time applications with WebSocket, including the components you need and how you can structure your systems.

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