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Zend Server Cluster Manager Now Available



Zend Technologies has announced availability of its Zend Server Cluster Manager, which provides an enterprise-ready PHP stack that delivers performance optimization, application monitoring, problem diagnostics, job queuing and more. With Zend Server Cluster Manager, Web operations teams can centrally monitor and manage multiple Zend Server instances. Zend Server Cluster Manager supports PHP applications running on-premise or in the Cloud.

"With Zend Server Cluster Manager, we're responding to the needs of many of our customers who run large-scale PHP applications developed in-house or based on PHP projects such as Drupal, Magento, Joomla!, and SugarCRM," said Zend's Eldad Maniv. "Now they can manage multiple servers effectively with a failover solution that’s easy to scale, and meet performance and availability SLAs to get the most from their PHP deployments."

Zend Server Cluster Manager fully supports Cloud deployments, allowing IT managers to add or take down PHP servers, monitor multiple PHP servers running in the Cloud, isolate performance bottlenecks or errors with built-in code tracing capability, and ensure consistent PHP configuration across a large number of clustered servers. It's features include

  • Session Clustering for high availability
  • Centralized Configuration Management for ensuring successful deployments, and streamlining application scale-up
  • Centralized Monitoring for detecting application errors, slowdowns or configuration drift in a multi-server environment
  • Simple setup and administration with an easy-to-use Web console

The application management capabilities provided by Zend Server Cluster Manager allow IT organizations to safely move additional Web workload to PHP and realize the many benefits of using PHP, including cost efficiency, agility and staff productivity.


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