Zend Optimizer is a well-known software, which is required to run files protected with Zend Guard. The second encodes files written in PHP 4, PHP 5, PHP 7 and PHP 8 to protect them from reverse engineering and not authorized use, thus guarding copyright protected source code. When you'd like to protect your custom script, for example, you can employ Zend Guard and your program code will no longer be human readable, but you will also need Zend Optimizer on the server where you host your site. Lots of pre-made script-driven apps, in particular ones which are paid, also require Zend Optimizer to function correctly since their core code is ordinarily not free to modify. Internet sites which use the instrument are often speedier because their code is already optimized and pre-compiled.

Zend Optimizer in Shared Hosting

All the shared hosting accounts which we provide are created on our advanced cluster platform and Zend Optimizer is present on all the servers that are a part of the clusters. For that reason, you can set up and run script-driven applications which require Zend whatever the package that you pick upon registration. The user-friendly Hepsia Control Panel that is provided with the accounts will make the management of your online presence a breeze and enabling Zend Optimizer makes no exception since it will take a single click to do this. Furthermore, more experienced users can also put a php.ini file in a particular domain folder and activate Zend only for a specific domain. Since you can switch between many different PHP releases, you will be able to activate Zend Optimizer for them in exactly the same way and manage both new and older apps from the same account.

Zend Optimizer in Semi-dedicated Hosting

You are able to activate Zend Optimizer with each semi-dedicated server that we supply and it takes only a few clicks to do this. After you log in to your Hepsia Control Panel, you have to visit the PHP Configuration section where you can find various options and On/Off buttons for all of them. Zend is one of these options, which means that you do not need to do anything more complex than clicking on its button. Since you can also switch the PHP release for your account through the very same section, you will need to activate Zend for any new version that you use. Of course, we have also left the option for more knowledgeable users to set both the PHP release and the status of Zend Optimizer manually by putting a php.ini file in a specific domain folder. The file will have effect just for this particular site, but not for the hosting account in general.