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Article:
  The PHP Scalability Myth
Subject:   Scalability in the possible real world
Date:   2003-11-09 16:25:12
From:   anonymous2
Response to: Scalability in the possible real world

I think FRAP as in FreeBSD, Ruby, Apache,PostgreSQL.
Ruby has binding with pg and even a plruby module. XML (and xml-rpc and SOAP) are available with the basic distro. Apache+eruby+mod_ruby or FastCGI give you scalability and ease of development. And Being Full OO helps a lot.


BTW this looks somewy similar to what Dave Thomas did:
http://www.zenspider.com/dl/rubyconf2002/SummerVacation.tgz
In these slide he explains how he wrote a first class app in ruby and why he did not choose java. And for sure he's not a java hater :)