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ASAOW : Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management


Once A week, I try to post a link to an « Amazing SharePoint Article Of The Week » (ASAOW).

From several weeks, Paul Culmsee is writing an amazing series of articles (10 so far, eleventh and last to come) about ways to manage performance of a SharePoint 2010 farm. He explains impact of RPS, SQL, IOPS within this kind of complex architecture.

It’ a great summary of bunch of great tools we all heard about (well… most of them), and about the way to use it to optimize, or make works a Farm . So here is my advice, before killing your developers, read this articles first !!

  1. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 1 – How to stop developers blaming the infrastructure
  2. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 2 – So what is RPS anyway?
  3. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 3 – Getting at RPS
  4. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 4 – Making use of RPS
  5. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 5 – So what is latency anyway?
  6. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 6 – The unholy trinity of Latency, IOPS and MBPS
  7. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 7 – Getting at Latency, IOPS and MBPS
  8. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 8 – More on SQL and SQLIO
  9. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 9 – Don’t believe everything you R/W
  10. Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 10 – More tools of the trade…
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