Topic: Installing and configuring Zend PHP Sever for IBM i

Date:January 27, 2010
Time:5:30(Deli snack) 6:30 - 8:00(Presentation)
Location: IBM-Southfield
18000 West Nine Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075 (map)
Speaker:Mike Pavlak, Zend Corporation

Thank you to Mike Pavlak, we had a great meeting. For those of you that participated following is the informaiton referenced during the session:

URL to use once you have PHP installed to login to Zend Server: http://systemname:10088/ZendServer/Login/Leave

SSH - Secure SHell URL:

Recommended book: Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML

Zend contacts: ; - our local Zend contact
Live Webinar Demo. You will be able to participate onsite or will be able to join in the webinar remotely. To join the webinar, go to the event site and register. Upon registration, a confirmation email will be sent with further instructions and password. The meeting is also referenced on the Zend site.

The presentation will include a live demo on how to install and configure Zend Server on a System i. The presentation will include the following topics and much more:

Zend Server will come in two flavors: a full version and a lightweight community edition (Zend Server CE). CE is a no-charge LP and is comparable to Core. The full version is like getting Core and Platform all in one LP. Zend Server is the next generation. Core and Platform will be discontinued. The GA date has not been set yet but is anticipated for first quarter 2010.

About the Speaker

Mike Pavlak

Mike Pavlak has been working with IBM midrange solutions since 1992 and IBM Mainframes before that. After years of developing applications using RPG, CL and PHP he managed IT development and IT for power protection manufacturer Tripp Lite. Recently, Mike has joined Zend as a Solutions Consultant working with the i5 sales team and spreading the news about Zend solutions in the IBM midrange arena.

Mike lives in suburban Chicago with his wife, five kids, a dog, three cats, a leopard spotted gecko, Russian tortoise, two rabbits, half a dozen fish and dwarf hamster.