Companies around the world are using open source container and orchestration technologies, like Docker and Kubernetes, to accelerate the creation and deployment of their applications. And, in the PHP world, it’s the largest companies leading the charge. But what are the concerns driving those decisions, and how can companies avoid the challenges that often accompany this transformation?
About the Webinar
Join Zend Product Manager Matthew Weier O’Phinney, Zend Software Architect Massimiliano Cavicchioli, and OpenLogic Technical Support Manager Connor Penhale on April 18 as they discuss how and why PHP teams are modernizing their applications through containerization and orchestration tools.
They will explain:
- What is driving PHP containerization and orchestration today
- Why large companies working with PHP are fast to adopt these practices
- Complications PHP teams should expect when containerizing their applications
- Container registries and orchestration templates that can accelerate your transformation
- And more!
Matthew Weier O’Phinney
Matthew began developing on Zend Framework (ZF) before its first public release, and led the project for Zend from 2009 through 2019. He is a founding member of the PHP Framework Interop Group (PHP-FIG), which creates and promotes standards for the PHP ecosystem — and is serving his second elected term on the PHP-FIG Core Committee.
Massimiliano Cavicchioli is a Software Architect at Zend. He has over 20 years of experience in the tech world, 16 of which he spent contributing to the PHP ecosystem at Zend. During his many years of providing consultation to enterprise corporations, Massi has developed a wealth of tangible knowledge — making him highly capable in helping companies achieve best practices in both PHP and OSS.
With over a decade of experience in enterprise software architecture, engineering, and operations for the Fortune 500, Connor is working to build and support cloud native solutions for OpenLogic customers around the world.