Production-ready PHP environments in seconds.

Stop the headache from debugging. Get production-ready PHP Docker Images that help you replicate your application, no matter the environment.

These are very different from other PHP Docker Images.

Production-readyBuilt to be performant and secure to exist on the wild web.
Native Health ChecksBe 100% confident your application is actually running.
High PerformanceThese images perform faster than the official PHP images.
Customizable & FlexibleEnvironment variables make customizations a breeze.
Built on Ubuntu 22.04Work in a familiar and powerful operating system environment.
Built with Ondřej PHPAll packages are sourced from the highly reliable Ondřej PHP repo.
NGINX + PHP-FPMWe offer NGINX + PHP-FPM support out of the box.
Unified LoggingAll logs are directed to STDOUT & STDERR for centralized output.
Built with S6 OverlayAn extremely intelligent and powerful method to running PHP.

Highly optimized for Laravel 💪

Horizon, queues, tasks, storage linking, migrations - these images handle it all.

Built to run from Dev → Prod

Get the full benefits of containerization. Stop using containers in dev only. Works with Kubernetes, Docker Swarm and more.

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What others are saying

Chris FidaoCreator of Servers for Hackers

Today I'm appreciating the work @jaydrogers (& others!) put into these base PHP containers.

The official PHP images are...sort of ridiculous.

Johan JanssensCo-Founder of Joomla

Used the excellent Docker-PHP images from @jaydrogers. Demo'ed how to handle 10k async HTTP requests in 3secs, all using nothing else then PHP using OpenSwoole and supervised to perfection with S6.

For a PHP dev, that should not be possible... look on people's face ...priceless!

Žiga ZajcCEO of Rabbit Company

Based on our performance testing, the PHP-FPM image by Server Side Up has the capability to manage 484 requests per second without any project limitations. In comparison, the official PHP image is only able to handle 68 requests per second.

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