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Site performance is a key driver to customer conversion and eCommerce success. In this session several techniques of Zend’s application server for reducing application response time are presented, ...

Site performance is a key driver to customer conversion and eCommerce success. In this session several techniques of Zend’s application server for reducing application response time are presented, and the results of a real-life Magento optimization project are shared. Additionally Zend Server provides monitoring features – including new Code Tracing – which can help detecting and solving critical issues in order to improve user experience.

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    Jan Burkl - Zend & Magento Jan Burkl - Zend & Magento Presentation Transcript

    • Magento and Zend Jan Burkl System Engineer, Zend Technologies
    • Product offering: from pilot to production
    • Development Solution Zend Server integration Zend Framework integration Team development Testing and debugging Support and updates Basic code editing Basic debugging Eclipse plug-in
    • Production Solution Clustering support Aggregated app monitoring Cross-server job queuing App monitoring & diagnostics Page caching, job queuing Support, updates and hot fixes Data caching and opcode acceleration Integrated, native installers Web admin console
      • Magento is based upon Zend Framework
      • Unified Zend Server + Magento installer
        • Debian: apt-get install magento-zend-quick-setup
      Partnership
    • The Zend.com Experience
    • “ The Patient”
      • Originally rolled out in 2001
      • Version History
        • Homebrewed, phplib-based (January 2001)
        • CMS-based storefront, Element5 backend (December 2005)
        • Magento (live since July 2009)
      • Offers all of Zend’s products
      Zend.com background
      • Feature Rich
      • Extremely modular & extensible
      • Open Source
        • Ability to fully control our store’s behavior
      • Commercially Backed
      • Uses PHP & Zend Framework
      Why Magento? In Theory
      • Transaction cost trimmed from 9-11% to 2-4%
      • Shorter time-to-market
        • Features that took years to roll out now take weeks and sometimes days!
      • Varien extremely helpful and supportive
      • The Bottom Line:
      • Zend is extremely happy with the move
      Why Magento? In Practice
    • Zend.com In Depth: Performance
    • 28/05/2009 05/06/2009 13/06/2009 21/06/2009 29/06/2009 2,000 ms 0 ms Average Magento Response Time Real life results: zend.com’s store
      • Built-in application monitoring alerts on script execution slowdowns
      • Problem diagnostics enables quick problem isolation
      • Code-level profiling and analysis performed in Zend Studio
      Step 1: Diagnosing Problems
      • Caches entire HTTP responses
      • Performance gains are usually very high
      • Typically doesn’t require code changes
      Step 2: Zend Server Page Caching
      • Caching disabled
      • Caching enabled
      Implementing Step 2: Quick Win: Cache /js/index.php
    • Implementing Step 2: Quick Win: Cache /js/index.php
      • Zend Server Opcode Acceleration (Optimizer+)
      • Magento Native Caching
      • Magento Compilation Module
      • Database Tuning
      Other Technologies Used
    • = Success Summary
    • Thank you! [email_address]