Performance and capacity technical case studies (SharePoint Server 2010)
Gilt für: SharePoint Server 2010
Letztes Änderungsdatum des Themas: 2016-11-30
This section contains technical case studies that describe specific deployments of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. Compare the scenarios in these documents to your planned workload and usage characteristics. If your planned design is similar, you can use the documented deployment as a starting point for your own installation.
These articles include information about environments, such as:
Environment specifications, such as hardware, farm topology, and configuration
The workload used for data generation, including the number and class of users, and farm usage characteristics
Farm dataset, including database contents, Search indexes, and external data sources
Health and performance data specific to the environment
Performance data and recommendations for how to determine the hardware, topology, and configuration you need to deploy a similar environment, and how to optimize your environment for appropriate capacity and performance characteristics
Before reading these articles, it is important that you understand the key concepts behind capacity management in SharePoint Server 2010. For more information, see Capacity management and sizing for SharePoint Server 2010.
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Describes the published intranet environment used by employees at Microsoft.
Enterprise Intranet Collaboration
Describes an environment that hosts mission-critical team sites and publishing portals for internal organizations, teams, and projects.
Describes lab testing performed on a similar environment to the enterprise Intranet collaboration environment.
Describes a departmental collaboration environment used by employees of one department inside Microsoft.
Describes lab testing performed on a similar environment to the departmental collaboration environment.
Describes an environment that hosts My Sites that present employee information to the wider organization. The environment serves as a central location for personal sites and shared documents.
Provides guidance on performance and capacity planning for a My Site and social computing portal based on SharePoint Server 2010.