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2010

2008

Optimisation des performances de PHP sous Oracle et OCI8 : Ergonomie, Rails et Architecture de l'information web (2.0)

excellente présentation faite par Oracle traitant de l’optimisation des performances de PHP dans un environnement base de données Oracle avec le driver OCI8

apc@facebook

Des slides expliquant l'utilisation poussée d'APC faite par Facebook

Comment bien gérer la montée en charge d’une application web ? | Simple Entrepreneur

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Voici quelques pistes qui seront particulièrement utiles à ceux qui développent une application dans un environnement LAMP (Linux, Apache, Php et MySql) ou RoR (Ruby On Rails). Il s’agit en fait des retours d’expérience de sites comme Flickr, Digg

2007

Nati Shalom's Blog: Why most large-scale Web sites are not written in Java

The application stack of these Web applications is very different from the stack that mission-critical applications in the financial world are built with.

WSGI makes us faster, simpler, nicer! « DevjaVu Blog

With mod_php you can assume that if Apache is up, the app is up. [...] mod_wsgi, boasted faster performance than mod_python, and was easier to configure. I realized Trac had WSGI support. Pages are loading almost twice as fast! Our setup is simpler too.

Julien Lecomte’s Blog » Gzip Your Minified JavaScript Files

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For optimal performance, gzip your JavaScript code, and stay away from “advanced” JavaScript compression schemes that look attractive on paper, but end up degrading the performance of your site.

APAC Hoster Evangelist : At last, Windows-optimized PHP 5.2.1 has been released!

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This release contains many fixes Zend has contributed to improve the performance of the PHP scripting engine on Windows as part of our collaboration effort to make PHP rock on Windows / IIS.

2005

There and Back Again » Blog Archive » Improving JPSpan page load performance

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If you use JPSpan to augment a normal website you may have noticed that your page loads now take quite a bit longer. The reason for this is loading the JPSpan client javascript code, its generated on each load and so it can’t be cached on the client.