PHP Leads the Way to Enterprise Agility at ZendCon 2013

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1-The ZendCon MC
2-The CMO Sets the Tone
3-ZendCon Sponsors
4-The CEO Gives Opening Keynote
5-5 Key Trends Identified
6-PHP and Mobile
7-Red Elephant
8-Causes of Developer Delays
9-Time to Move to Agile Delivery
10-Agile Delivery Requirements
11-Apigility Unveiled
12-Apigility Gets a Logo
13-The Apigility Project
14-A Look at Zend's Apigility in Action
15-Zend Server 6.1 Dashboard
16-Continuous Delivery
17-Blueprint for Continuous Delivery
18-Implementing Continuous Delivery
19-Zend Server in the Cloud
20-Amazon Web Services
21-IBM SmartCloud
22-Cloud Foundry
23-Zend Studio
24-Agile Application Delivery
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PHP Leads the Way to Enterprise Agility at ZendCon 2013

By Darryl K. Taft

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The ZendCon MC

Joe Stagner, director of developer strategy at Zend, acts as master of ceremonies, opening the ZendCon 2013 show and setting the agenda for the conference.

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The CMO Sets the Tone

Elaine Lennox, chief marketing officer at Zend, set the stage for an upbeat conference where Zend made its pitch to help developers maintain continuous delivery.

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ZendCon Sponsors

ZendCon sponsors included IBM, RightScale, VMware, Google, Red Hat, Microsoft's Windows Azure and others.

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The CEO Gives Opening Keynote

Zend CEO and co-founder Andi Gutmans takes the stage to deliver the initial keynote address on the company's new API development strategy and effort to help enterprises become more agile.

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5 Key Trends Identified

During his keynote, Gutmans identifies five key trends that enterprises face today.

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PHP and Mobile

The percentage of PHP developers working on mobile apps saw a big jump in 2013.

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Red Elephant

The most voted for color for the 2013 PHP ZendCon elePHPant was red. The PHP elePHPant has already been sighted in blue, green and pick.

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Causes of Developer Delays

Eighty-seven percent of developers experience delays in rolling code out to production, the top reason being inconsistent environments.

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Time to Move to Agile Delivery

Zend says the world needs to move from agile development to agile delivery.

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Agile Delivery Requirements

Gutmans identifies three requirements for agile delivery.

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Apigility Unveiled

Zend announces at ZendCon Apigility, a new way to create high-quality APIs.

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Apigility Gets a Logo

Apigility, Zend's new open-source project, deserves its own logo.

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The Apigility Project

Information is given on the Apigility project and how to get involved.

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A Look at Zend's Apigility in Action

This screenshot shows how to create an API using Apigility. Apigility provides an easy way to create and maintain high-quality API-based applications.

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Zend Server 6.1 Dashboard

This dashboard gives developers a view of what's going on with Zend Server 6.1. Zend Server is an application platform for developing, deploying and managing business-critical applications in PHP.

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Continuous Delivery

Zend also is focused on continuous delivery.

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Blueprint for Continuous Delivery

Zend provides an illustration of its Blueprint for Continuous Delivery.

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Implementing Continuous Delivery

Zend Server is a conduit for continuous delivery.

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Zend Server in the Cloud

Zend Server integrates with several prominent cloud platforms, including Amazon Web Services, IBM SmartCloud, VMware, Cloud Foundry and more.

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Amazon Web Services

Zend Server on Amazon Web Services.

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IBM SmartCloud

Zend Server is available on IBM SmartCloud.

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Cloud Foundry

Zend's platform for Continuous Delivery will be made available as a build pack on Cloud Foundry.

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Zend Studio

The new Zend Studio 10.5 is available in early access.

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Agile Application Delivery

Zend's vision of agile application delivery consists of API-centric architecture, continuous delivery, and cloud flexibility and scale.

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