A Chat on Zend’s phpcloud at ZendCon 2011

Posted by on December 21, 2011

At the tail end of ZendCon 2011 in October, I managed to corner Boaz Ziniman to chat on the launch of their new product phpcloud. We covered features, limitations, design & implementation considerations, and how it’s different than most of the other options out there.

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Disclosure:  I – personally and via Blue Parabola – have a long relationship with Zend. I attended ZendCon this year via a press pass they granted php|architect. Further, while Cal Evans is unavailable, I have served as (fake) Editor of DevZone a number of times. Further, before phpcloud was made public, we were granted preview access and gave feedback.

About the author—Keith Casey currently serves as Director of Product for Clarify.io working to make APIs easier, more consistent, and help solve real world problems. Previously, as a developer evangelist at Twilio, he worked to get good technology into the hands of good people to do great things. In his spare time, he works to build and support the Austin technology community, blogs occasionally at CaseySoftware.com and is completely fascinated by monkeys. Keith is also the author of “A Practical Approach to API Design” from Leanpub.