Sunday, April 14, 2013

SharePoint Pro | Updates

By Jason Himmelstein

When I initially sat down to start this article, I quickly realized that you can't begin to troubleshoot performance issues until you have a sound baseline to start with. Otherwise, the likelihood of you figuring out what is going wrong in the environment is extremely low. With this in mind, I decided to tackle this topic from a bit of a different perspective, examining what forms the base of a solid and well-performing Microsoft SharePoint 2010 farm and working backward from there.

Performance is a tremendously broad topic when you're talking about SharePoint 2010. End users frequently have concerns such as "Saving that form took too long," or "It felt like it took forever for me to upload a file," or -- my favorite -- "SharePoint feels slow." As IT pros, we rarely get specifics when people complain about performance; they expect us to fix problems instantly without any details of what's really going on.

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