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Zend Server 9.1 Released

We’re excited to release Zend Server 9.1 which continues to provide dramatic performance improvements over PHP 5.x versions with support for PHP 7.1. Zend Server 9.1 is loaded with new features to revolutionize web development and accelerate deployment speeds, including insights, dashboards, and security measures.

Zend Server 9.1 offers:

  • Support for PHP 7.1
  • Ability to optimize, analyze, and fine-tune asynchronous and scheduled jobs processing using Job Queue Pulse
  • Masking of sensitive data while retaining the ability to reproduce production issues and maintain compliance with industry privacy standards
  • Improved end-user experience with 100 percent uptime during deployment
  • Ability to add additional screens to manage your web deployment with an extensibility API

 

 

For a full description of all the enhancements and additions in Zend Server 9.1, visit what's new.

We're committed to enterprise PHP and delivering the best products to our customers. As such, this release has been added to the long-term support program with support available through December 2021. We encourage all PHP users to move to PHP 5.6 or higher.

If you haven’t experienced the performance and memory improvements of PHP 7 yet, there’s no better time.

Update now* or download the free trial.

Zend is a partner to business for the rapid delivery of modern apps across mobile and cloud. It is the leading provider of software and services for developing, deploying and managing business-critical applications in PHP, which runs more than one-third of the world’s Web sites. Zend’s industry-leading PHP solutions, including Zend Server and Zend Studio, are deployed at more than 40,000 companies worldwide, providing a comprehensive solution for the entire application lifecycle. Learn more at www.zend.com.

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