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Meeting Jonny Harris: WordPress performance optimization with Blackfire

Jonny Harris is a WordPress core contributor and committer based in the UK and a member of the WordPress Performance Initiative. This group teams up with Google and Blackfire to optimize the performance of the PHP framework that powers an estimated 43% of the world’s applications. Jonny has been coding with WordPress since 2006 when, at the age of 16, he wanted to start blogging. He gave WordPress a try as it was then and still is today, the leading open-source blogging framework.

Limit deployments to Platform.sh only with tags: part three

In parts one and two of this series, we covered how to limit deployments to Platform.sh when a tag is pushed or created. Focusing first on using GitHub and the GitHub Actions platform, and then progressing onto Gitlab and pipelines to accomplish this goal. But in the spirit of being a polyglot PaaS, let’s look at how we can accomplish the same goal—limiting deployment to Platform.sh only when adding a git tag—using Bitbucket and their CI/CD system.

Platform.sh Reveals Upsun, Its New PaaS Offering Designed to Support the Growth of Startups and Scaleups

Founded in 2015 and a leading Platform-as-a-Service player, Platform.sh has more than 7,000 customers and is used by more than 17,000 active developers worldwide. Upsun, its new PaaS offering, provides automated DevOps tools and managed cloud services to empower startups and scaleups to build, deploy, and scale their applications and data backends with simplicity and flexibility. Based on proven foundations, Upsun combines security, compliance, and reliability to support startups and scaleups as they consolidate and expand.

Limit deployments to Platform.sh only when Git tagged: part two

In part one of this series, we covered how you could limit deployments to Platform.sh only when a tag is pushed/created, focusing primarily on using GitHub and the GitHub Actions platform to accomplish this goal. But we’re a polyglot PaaS and strive to be agnostic in our users’ source code management terms of the service. With that in mind, let’s look at how we can accomplish the same goal using GitLab and your CI/CD system. Just like last time, there are some assumptions to consider.

New era of observability l Blackfire Continuous Profiler

A new era of observability: introducing Blackfire Continuous Profiler for PHP, Python, Node.js, and Go. Blackfire continuous profiler available to all Production plan customers. After extensive development and refinement, we are proud and excited to announce the immediate availability of our Continuous Profiler for all Production plan customers. This highly anticipated feature is now ready to elevate your application performance monitoring and troubleshooting experience.

DrupalCamp Florida 2024: sharing takeaways from the experts

I had the pleasure of returning to DrupalCamp FL (DCFL) again this year and even now in its sixteenth year, DCFL 2024 was as lively and energetic as ever. Approximately 130 people descended upon Florida Technical College to share their experiences and knowledge surrounding Drupal and I’m here to share the highlights!

We manage the infrastructure complexities l Platform.sh

You deliver the code. We take care of the infrastructure complexities. Deliver your applications faster, at scale. Built for developers, by developers. The efficient, reliable, and secure Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that gives development teams control and peace of mind while accelerating the time it takes to build and deploy applications.

Trusted, proven PaaS platform l Platform.sh

Platform.sh, a PaaS with flexible, automated infrastructure provisioning and Git-based process optimizes development-to-production workflows. The choice is yours with our multicloud, multistack PaaS supporting more than 100 frameworks, 14 programming languages, and a variety of services to build, iterate, and deploy your way.

Limit deployments to Platform.sh only with tags: part one

Throughout the years, many users have asked us if it’s possible to only deploy to Platform.sh when a tag is pushed using a source code integration. The answer is: with our current source integrations, it's not—but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Platform.sh is based on Git and because of this, acts as a remote for your code repository.