The Undercover ElePHPant

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Summary

In this episode, Benjamin and Matthew talk with Matthieu Napoli about Shared-nothing and Shared Everything Architectures. We also talk about how PHP is an excellent choice for Serverless and FaaS development — plus loads more! Matthieu shared a load of excellent advice that you can start using today in your PHP applications.

Show Notes

In this episode, Benjamin and Matthew talk with Matthieu Napoli about Shared-nothing and Shared Everything Architectures. We also talk about Bref, Swoole, ReactPHP and loads more! Matthieu shared a load of excellent advice that you can start using today in your PHP applications, including:
  • What Shared-nothing and Shared Everything architectures are
  • The advantages and disadvantages of both architecture types
  • Why PHP is the language which is most suited to Serverless and FaaS (Function as a Service)
  • A little of the right mindset for developing Serverless code in PHP
  • Some of the challenges ahead for PHP
  • Where PHP could go in the future with respect to Shared-Nothing architecture
  • Plus loads load more!
Links
Guests: Matthieu Napoli.
Hosted By: Benjamin Eberlei and Matthew Setter.

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What is The Undercover ElePHPant?

The Undercover ElePHPant is a podcast about scaling and optimizing your PHP applications. Each week, Benjamin Eberlei and Matthew Setter sit down with an expert from the PHP community to discuss a specific aspect of highly performant PHP applications.