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PHP on IIS has had an amazing performance jump in the past 2-3 years but you can always squeeze a little more torque out of an engine with the right tuning. In this session we’ll dive into ...

PHP on IIS has had an amazing performance jump in the past 2-3 years but you can always squeeze a little more torque out of an engine with the right tuning. In this session we’ll dive into improvements in FastCGI and fantastic new libraries such as WinCache 1.1 for exceptional performance in your applications as we go under the hood with IIS.

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    • Rev it up with PHP and IIS
      Josh Holmes
      Architect Evangelist
      Microsoft Corporation
      josh.holmes@microsoft.com
      @joshholmes
      Mark Brown
      Web Platform Team
      Microsoft Corporation
      mark.brown@microsoft.com
      @markjbrown
      /Web
    • First, a little history…
    • IIS 7
      Default minimum installation
      New modular architecture
      Streamlined processing pipeline
      Config similar to .htaccess, web.config faster
      Authentication
      Authorization
      Resolve Cache
      Execute Handler
      Update Cache
      Send Response
    • FAST-CGI PHP
      Production PHP on Windows/IIS !!!!
      Handles requests from app pool
      No more createproc() per request
      Automatic Performance tuning
      Mem, CPU, CTX
      Better density for hosted environments
      Auto recycling PHP pool when php.ini changes
      No more manual IIS restarts
      Consistent features across all versions of IIS
      Code in XP, deploy to WinSvrR2
    • WINCACHE
      Boost your speed with no code changes
      OpcodeCache
      File Cache
      Relative File Path Cache
      Session Cache
      User Data Cache
      WinCache Statistics Script for performance details
    • URL REWRITE
      Required for many Web CMS’s
      Rules-based, text file or database
      Reg-Ex & wildcard matching
      Rewrite:
      Outbound URL’s
      Request headers and Server variables
      HTTP Response
      Inside specific html tags in response
      Import Apache mod_rewrite
    • PHP 5.3
      Updated code base
      Native Win32 instead of POSIX
      Latest compiler VC9
      Use Non-Thread-Safe builds for better performance.
    • PHP Manager
      Register multiple PHP versions with IIS
      Easy checking of phpinfo()
      Configure PHP error reporting
      Manage all php.ini directives and PHP extensions within IIS
      Remote PHP administration via IIS Remote Administration Tool
      http://phpmanager.codeplex.com/
    • SQL Server
      PHP Driver for SQL Server 2.0
      Support for native PHP
      Support for PDO
      Support for PHP 5.3
      Source released under Apache 2.0
      Signed version includes support
      Drupal 7 will be first major PHP app with SQL Server support
    • IIS databaseManager
      Consolidate MySQL or SQL Server Management inside IIS where you manage your sites
      Manage local/remote databases
      Create and edit tables
      Add and edit data
      Modify indexes and keys
      Create and execute queries
    • PHP Web Apps
      Web Application Gallery
      The most popular PHP apps
      Easiest way to install
      Packages built and tested for Windows/IIS
      Promoting actively:
      http://web.ms/wordpress
      http://web.ms/drupal
      http://web.ms/joomla
    • PHP Interoperability
      Extend PHP Applications:
      Build reports with SQL Server Reporting Services and the SDK for PHP
      Jazz up PHP app with Silverlight adaptive streaming
      Add Bing Search to your site, like the WordPress plug-in
      http://www.interoperabilitybridges.com/php
    • PHP + COMMUNITY
      WinCache is on PECL
      SQL Server Driver for PHP is on codeplex
      IIS and WinCache documentation on php.net
      Participating on PHP forums
      Working with PHP Group to improve PHP and PHP installer
      Working with PHP application developers to integrate URLRewriteand WinCache
      Working with PHP application communities to enable easier deployment on Windows/IIS (Web Deploy)
    • START RIGHT HERE
      PHP on Windows
      microsoft.com/web/php
    • SUMMARY
      Windows & IIS is now viable for production PHP application hosting
      PHP performance on Windows has significantly improved in last 2 years.
      Web App Gallery will grow PHP developers on Windows and grow your business.
    • Questions?
    • © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.
      The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.