Thanks for this information. Quite interesting. So what's the future of PHP on the IBM I. Is the coming more on the side of "Free PHP"? Is there already someone using it in a production environment in combination with Apache as a webserver?

Heiko Holtkamp
Team Lead Application Development

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Betreff: [IBMiOSS] Zend Server no longer delivered:

Effective June 30, 2020, IBM will no longer deliver Zend Server Basic edition with the IBM i operating system (5770-SS1).

Effective June 30, 2021, Zend Server Basic Support is withdrawn for all IBM i clients who have acquired Zend Server Basic edition with IBM i. Zend Server Professional and Zend Server Enterprise editions for IBM i will be offered and supported directly by Zend by Perforce C ("Zend").



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