Tuning Nginx and PHP-FPM… The Right Way

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Presented by Evan Coury @EvanDotPro

Presented on December 18, 2014

More and more large companies and websites are switching over to Nginx + PHP-FPM for increased performance and more efficient resource utilization. When properly tuned, this duo can be a perfect match for high traffic situations. However, it only takes one small oversight in the configuration to bring your site to a grinding halt under high load. Join Evan Coury, owner of Roave, as he shares all of his tips and tricks learned throughout years of high scalability consulting and running several extremely high traffic websites. We’ll cover how to optimally tune PHP-FPM worker pools, sysctl, and Nginx to get the most out of your servers. Additionally, we’ll cover adding additional capacity to handle traffic spikes, load balancing, and more.

Meet Evan Coury
Evan Coury is a core contributor and long-time user of Zend Framework who is perhaps most well known in the community for authoring the all-new ZF2 module system. He is currently a professional software architect, independent consultant, and owner of Roave, LLC, a full-service web development consulting firm specializing in PHP and Zend Framework. Evan is a strong proponent of free, open source software and also runs the successful SMSCloud.com international SMS gateway.

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