Patrick Kerrigan

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Instrumenting PHP apps with AWS X-Ray

by Patrick Kerrigan, . Tags: Php Web Performance Aws

PHP Opcache file cache

by Patrick Kerrigan, . Tags: Php Web Performance

Opcache is one of PHP's most powerful tools when it comes to performance. With the release of PHP 7 it received a new feature which has gone largely un-noticed: the file cache. Depending on your hosting environment and/or traffic levels the file cache may be able to help squeeze even more performance out of PHP.

PHP performance optimisation quick wins

by Patrick Kerrigan, . Tags: Php Web Performance

PHP apps can easily begin to slow down over time as they grow, and with the recent patches for the Meltdown vulnerability adding a performance penalty to many workloads this slowdown can be amplified. Often there are some simple changes that can be made in order to see a measurable performance improvement for production workloads.

Chrome XSS Auditor and HTML editors

by Patrick Kerrigan, . Tags: Security Web

Switching to SSL

by Patrick Kerrigan, . Tags: Web Linux Cryptography Security