Zend Optimizer is a popular software, which is needed to execute files protected with Zend Guard. The latter encodes files written in PHP 4, PHP 5, PHP 7 and PHP 8 in order to protect them from reverse engineering and not authorized use, thus guarding copyrighted source code. In case you want to protect your custom script, for instance, you're able to 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 blog. A large number of pre-made script-driven applications, especially ones that are paid, also require Zend Optimizer so as to work correctly as their core code is generally not free to change. Internet sites which use the tool are often speedier since their program code is already optimized and precompiled.

Zend Optimizer in Shared Hosting

All the shared hosting accounts which we offer are set up on our advanced cluster platform and Zend Optimizer is set up on all servers that are a part of the clusters. Therefore, you're able to set up and run script-driven apps which need Zend irrespective of the plan that you pick upon signup. The intuitive Hepsia Control Panel that is featured with the accounts will make the control over your web presence very easy and enabling Zend Optimizer is not an exception since it will take a single click to do this. Furthermore, more experienced users can also insert a php.ini file in a particular domain folder and enable Zend just for a specific domain name. Since you can switch between a variety of PHP versions, you can enable Zend Optimizer for all of them in the very same way and manage both new and older apps within the same account.

Zend Optimizer in Semi-dedicated Servers

You will be able to activate Zend Optimizer with every single semi-dedicated server that we supply and it takes only a couple of clicks to do that. After you log in to the Hepsia Control Panel, you need to go to the PHP Configuration section where you'll find various options and On/Off buttons for them. Zend is one of these options, therefore you will not have to do anything more complicated than clicking on its button. As you can also change the PHP release for your account from the very same section, you'll have to enable Zend for any new version that you use. Furthermore, we've also left the option for more knowledgeable users to set the PHP version and the status of Zend Optimizer manually by putting a php.ini file in a particular domain folder. The file will have effect just for this specific site, but not for the website hosting account as a whole.