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Annual Zend PHP Landscape Report Reveals Major Shift Toward Application Modernization

MINNEAPOLIS, MARCH 8, 2022 – Perforce Software, a provider of solutions to enterprise teams requiring productivity, visibility, and scale along the development lifecycle, today announced the findings of an annual survey in their 2022 PHP Landscape Report.

The survey, conducted by Zend by Perforce, measures the key trends and technologies in the PHP ecosystem. Among the key findings in the report, 77% of respondents indicate plans for containerization technologies, while another 62% of respondents have plans for orchestration.

PHP Landscape Survey Finds Almost 50% Using EOL PHP Versions

MINNEAPOLIS, FEBRUARY 9, 2021 – Perforce Software, a provider of solutions to enterprise teams requiring productivity, visibility, and scale along the development lifecycle, today announced the findings of their 2021 PHP Landscape Survey.

The survey, conducted by Zend by Perforce, measured the key trends and technologies at play in PHP development. Among the key findings of the report, 46% of respondents reported using end of life PHP versions.

“End of life versions no longer receive feature improvements or important security updates,” said Zend Product Manager Matthew Weier O’Phinney. “The longer applications stay on EOL PHP, the more these applications become exposed to security vulnerabilities.”

How is PHP 7 the best server-side scripting language for your new e-commerce store?

Ever since the dawn of modern website design, PHP has been the king of all server-side scripts. It provides better security, quicker turn-around time and it is much cheaper than other server-side scripts that are still struggling to find dedicated followership. Almost all the popular business websites, organization platforms and social media sites we see today still use some version of PHP. Facebook started out with a simple version of PHP, and right now, they have derived their very own, super complex server-side scripting language from the basics of the good-old PHP. Wikipedia still uses PHP in mint condition. The language has seen innumerable updates, yet it is easy to master and multifarious in every way.