Choosing a Web Architecture for Perl

Choosing a Web Architecture for Perl

By Perrin Harkins (‎perrin‎) from
Date: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 08:55 AM
Duration: 50 minutes
Target audience: Any

In the past few years, many new web proxy servers have come onto the scene with new performance promises and features. Servers based on non-blocking I/O bring claims of greatly improved performance.

At the same time, FastCGI has become more widely used, giving people a possible alternative to mod_perl.

This talk will help you choose the right architecture for your project by presenting a useful set of benchmarks and a comparison of strong points and key features.

Attended by: Michael Peters (‎mpeters‎), Dan Magnuszewski (‎magnachef‎), Jessica Pavlin, Tatsuhiko Miyagawa (‎miyagawa‎), Kenneth Graves (‎kag‎), Dave Rolsky (‎autarch‎), Adam Prime (‎jsut‎), Douglas Sims, Jeremy Fluhmann (‎jfluhmann‎), Mark Stosberg, Olaf Alders (‎oalders‎), John Lightsey (‎J.D.‎), James Diskin, Darian Patrick (‎dapatrick‎), Leonard Miller (‎olegm‎), Craig Pluchinsky, Zak Zebrowski, Marcus Del Greco, Terry Bates, mark stout, Michael Graham (‎magog‎), Jaldhar Vyas (‎jaldhar‎), Barbie, Liam Echlin, Chris Muench (‎blasto333‎), Michael Aquilina (‎aquilina‎), G. Wade Johnson (‎gwadej‎), Nathaniel Smith (‎Nate‎), Kenneth Power, James E Keenan (‎kid51‎),