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Zend, Oracle Hook Up for Enterprise-Class Linux and PHP



Zend Technologies has announced that it is working with Oracle to deliver an integrated and optimized enterprise-class Linux and PHP solution for deploying and managing business-critical Web applications. Zend's Web application server is now available through the Oracle Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN). Zend Server also includes out-of-the-box enterprise-grade connectivity to Oracle Database.

Users of the Oracle Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) now have one-stop access to Zend Server via ULN, helping to speed installation for their PHP-based Web applications. The Unbreakable Linux Network is a resource for Oracle Unbreakable Linux support subscribers, with access to software patches, updates, and fixes.

"Oracle and Zend have a long-standing commitment to the PHP community, with a history of collaboration that has ensured integration between Oracle and Zend's PHP-based solutions," said Andi Gutmans, Zend CEO. "Together, we are now delivering an enterprise-grade PHP stack from top to bottom supporting the development, deployment, and management of business-critical PHP applications on Oracle. This full stack will also ease deployment in virtual environments using Oracle VM."

Oracle customers can access Zend Server from ULN through standard, native RPM package delivery (http://linux.oracle.com ). A 30-day free trial license for the Zend Server is available online upon request at http://www.zend.com/products/server/license.


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