Narrow your search
Zend continues to push PHP into the enterprise. The upcoming product releases are designed to help make Web applications legitimate alternatives to Java, says Andi Gutmans.
Company plans to undermine Java--and Sun--by building up a paying community around the scripting language.
An article asking who will first offer a LAMP platform as a service offering raises an even more fundamental question: does cloud computing even need the LAMP stack?
Zend has raised even more money. Is this healthy?
Java and .Net used to be the enterprise's primary programming languages, but Perl, Python, and other dynamic languages are hitting the enterprise mainstream.
Zend may well be on the block. But who will be the most likely buyer?
As befits people catering to the PHP programming crowd, the Zend guys are clearly plugged in to how to make their conference a Net event.
Cooperating with open-source Zend, Microsoft starts releasing software to let programmers build better PHP-powered Web sites that use Microsoft software.
Oracle is reportedly in the market for Red Hat, but the facts suggest otherwise. There is no substance to the rumor.
In this 21st installment of the Open Source CEO Series, I talk with Harold Goldberg, CEO of Zend Technologies.