Getting Started with PHP on Engine Yard Cloud

We just published a webcast that demonstrates how easy it is to deploy a PHP application to Cloud. We start with a simple app, walk you through the deployment interface, and explain the key features of the product. Specifically, we cover how to create a Composer skeleton app and deploy the app on Engine Yard Cloud, taking advantage of our Composer support.

Watch the webcast now.

In the webcast, we cover:

  • How to deploy a PHP application to Engine Yard
  • How to use Composer to automate dependency management
  • The key differences between Orchestra and Engine Yard Cloud

PHP on Engine Yard Cloud represents the culmination of our efforts to deliver the industry’s best Platform-as-a-Service for PHP developers. The result? A unified service offering for PHP, Node.js, and Ruby applications that gives you more power, control, and flexibility.

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About Noah Slater

Noah Slater is a Briton in Berlin who’s been involved with open source since 1999. They’ve contributed to Debian, GNU, and the Free Software Foundation. They currently serve as a member of the Apache Software Foundation. Their principal project is Apache CouchDB, the document database that kicked off the NoSQL movement. They also help out in the Apache Incubator, where they mentor new projects in the ways of community and open source.