PHP

datadog

How to collect, customize, and analyze PHP logs

PHP logs are not just about errors. You can use logs to track the performance of API calls and function calls, or to count the occurrence of significant events in your applications (e.g., logins, signups, and downloads). Whether you’re operating a microservices architecture or a monolith, implementing a comprehensive PHP logging strategy will allow you to track critical changes in your applications and optimize their performance.

sqreen

Building a dynamic instrumentation agent for PHP

PHP instrumentation can be handled in many ways. When we built our PHP agent at Sqreen we made a series of architectural decisions that enabled us to maximize performance, but also allowed us to access the internals of the language. These methods offer a powerful way to instrument any kind of function, whether directly exposed to PHP users or not.

stackify

Symfony Performance Improvements: Tips and Techniques

Perhaps you came upon this post while looking at ways to improve Symfony performance. Or maybe you read our comparison of Laravel and Symfony and want to know more. You could have gotten here because you want to write a performant app from the start. Then again, you could just love reading all of Stackify’s blog posts. And who could blame you? However you got to this post, or whatever goals you may have, I’m here to talk to you about Symfony performance tuning.

sentry

Introducing: Sentry's Unified PHP SDK

If you’ve done web development in the past decade, you’ve probably heard about the Personal Home Page (PHP) programming language. Some love it — some don’t. The fact is that PHP is one of the most used programming languages for web development. While you probably don’t script together your Personal Home Page these days, many PHP frameworks, like Laravel and Symfony, are still gaining popularity and others are well established.

datadog

PHP monitoring with Datadog APM and distributed tracing

Since its release in 1995, PHP has been one of the most popular server-side languages for building web applications. It supports a wide range of web servers, databases, and operating systems. PHP developers use popular frameworks like Laravel, Symfony, and Zend to deploy and manage sites that serve high volumes of traffic. To help you monitor PHP performance, identify bottlenecks, and optimize your users’ experience, we’re pleased to announce APM & distributed tracing for PHP.

stackify

PHP Performance Monitoring: A Developer’s Guide

As applications are getting more complex, it’s becoming harder to deliver high-quality applications. Tools like Application Performance Monitoring (APM) are essential for the development process. To get good performance data, developers need to deal with the rising trends of containerization, microservices, heterogeneous cloud services, and big data.