performance Articles

SharePoint Performance – Back End Tuning

In my previous articles on SharePoint performance tuning, I discussed Front-End performance issues. Those tips were to improve performance to your environment, but if you neglect the final piece of the puzzle – Back End performance optimization for SharePoint – you won’t get serious results: Hardware Bottlenecks: You should constantly monitor  system resources on SharePoint Servers and [...]

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SharePoint Performance Tuning – Resource Throttling

First introduced with SharePoint 2010, Resource Throttling allows the farm administrator to control the overall performance of a SharePoint farm. The biggest performance bottleneck in SharePoint sites is usually large lists, which either have numerous items in a list or have very large items in a list. Here, the rule is very simple – the [...]

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SharePoint Performance Tuning – Part 2

In the previous part of the SharePoint Performance Tuning series we configured  file-based caching for the Web Front-End SharePoint server. Now, we still stay with the Front-End Enabling Kerberos Authentication If your sites are serving numerous requests at a time, and you are experiencing a slow page load, you should consider switching the site-level authentication [...]

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SharePoint Performance Tuning – Part 1

I was recently looking for the SharePoint 2010 performance articles on Microsoft pages and established blogs, and found that most of them weren’t covering all the details. Some of them simply described MS SQL-based tips, , some were straight system related, and it was extremely hard to find useful SharePoint-based performance tips. I’ve decided to try to [...]

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