One of the things I’m always looking for is ways to improve performance with the applications I write. While a few applications are write-heavy, most are read-heavy: that is, reading the database is the predominant behavior (for example, this WordPress blog reads the database far more often than it writes to the database). Additionally, Zend Framework is (comparatively) slow at handling requests, offering a throughput of about 67 requests per second on my machine, while loading static pages came in at a whopping 750 requests per second.*
So, given this performance difference, how do we improve the performance of Zend Framework while still retaining its functionality and ease-of-use? Well, we employ caching, of course!
Monday, April 5th, 2010 @ 7:00 am |
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Categories: Zend Framework, Technology
Tags: Zend, caching, performance, Apache, Zend Framework, zend_cache, zend_cache_frontend_capture, zend_cache_backend_static