Rogue Wave Software celebrates Zend Framework 3

Louisville, CO | 06/28/2016

Rogue Wave Software is excited to share the release announcement of Zend Framework 3, an open source framework for developing web applications and services. This release, the first major release in four years, continues the Rogue Wave commitment to the open source and PHP communities, and the ever-increasing support for PHP 7.

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Rogue Wave increases commitment to open source community with enhanced support for CentOS

Louisville, CO | 06/08/2016

Rogue Wave Software announced today their increased commitment to supporting the CentOS open source software (OSS) package. Since the August 2013 acquisition of OpenLogic, Rogue Wave has supported CentOS, along with other top OSS enterprise packages. The new commitment to CentOS means support opportunities will now come with hotfixes and patches, which will directly benefit the entire CentOS community. Additionally, Rogue Wave will simplify CentOS support by making it extremely easy for customers to deploy the CentOS images from Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.

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Rogue Wave releases Zend Server 9 for PHP 7

Louisville, CO | 05/10/2016

Rogue Wave Software announces Zend Server 9, the first application server that supports PHP 7. Revolutionizing web development and deployment speeds, developers are anxious to experience the massive performance gains, and now Zend Server will help simplify the process.

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Zend celebrates with the PHP community the release of PHP 7

Louisville, CO | 12/03/2015

Zend, a Rogue Wave company is excited to share in the release of the accelerated programming language PHP 7. After spending most of 2015 preparing for the new release, it’s now available to the general public. Zend and several Zend employees have been heavily involved in PHP from the beginning, and are proud to contribute to another great improvement.

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Rogue Wave Software releases 2015 Open Source Support Report

Louisville, CO | 10/21/2015

Rogue Wave Software released their 2015 Open Source Support Report, solidifying the company as a leader in the open source software (OSS) community and providing information on OSS package use that could only be gathered from their own database. Taking data from over 8,000 OSS packages, surveys, experiences, and experts from across different industries, this report brings a new level of visibility into OSS support reporting that has been lacking until now.

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Survey says: Automotive software developers aren’t familiar enough with their company’s plans to secure the connected car

Louisville, CO | 10/14/2015

A recently released survey by Ponemon Institute, the leading independent security research organization, reaffirms the belief that automotive developers are ill-equipped and often overwhelmed when it comes to building security into their processes and tools. The cybersecurity survey, sponsored by Rogue Wave Software and Security Innovation, polled over 500 automotive developers, engineers, and executives from automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. The findings were less than ideal.

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Rogue Wave Software acquires enterprise PHP leader Zend

Louisville, CO | 10/06/2015

Rogue Wave Software announced today that it has acquired Zend Technologies, the leader in end-to-end PHP web and mobile application development and deployment solutions. With 50 percent of the web workload running on PHP, including Magento, Drupal, and WordPress, Zend products drive PHP in the enterprise, from code creation through production deployment.

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Security Innovation mentions Rogue Wave Klocwork as good SCA tool


“Performing code security scans (including SAST, DAST and IAST) whenever new code is checked in must become an industry standard best practice that will result in early detection and correction of vulnerabilities. There are several source code scanners with a good example being the Klocwork scanning tool which is popular with auto makers. Combining the results of these scanners with regular code reviews makes the software more resilient and reinforces the importance of security within the software development team.”

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