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High Performance PHP 7

On October 21, 2015, I was invited to give a technical talk at ZendCon, the largest gathering of the PHP community. A lot of excitement this year surrounds the release of PHP 7 which represents a massive performance improvement over previous versions. Here are a few notes from my talk. The promise was to offer a way for attendees of the talk to get even more performance out of PHP 7. We show you some practical things you can do right now to speed up your PHP performance on your site.

Abaqus/Standard Performance Case Study on Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v3 Product Family

Background

The whole point of simulation is to model the behavior of a design and potential changes against various conditions to determine whether we are getting an expected response; and simulation in software is far cheaper than building hardware and performing a physical simulation and modifying the hardware model each time.

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    Introduction

    Intel's Cache Monitoring Technology (CMT) feature was introduced with the Intel®Xeon® E5 2600 v3 product family in 2014.  This feature enables fine-grained tracking of L3 cache occupancy, enabling detailed profiling and tracking of threads, applications or VMs.

    Previous blog posts referenced below provide an overview of various aspects of the feature:

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