Performance and capacity management (SharePoint Server 2010)
Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010
Performance and capacity planning is the process of mapping your solution design for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 to a farm size and set of hardware that will support your business goals.
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff678247(v=office.14) Relevant performance and capacity planning articles for Project Server 2010 are available in the Project Server document library at Plan for performance and capacity (Project Server 2010).
The articles in this section include:
This article walks you through the concepts involved in capacity management and sizing SharePoint 2010 farms, and provides an overview of the planning process.
This article provides detailed steps and procedures for planning the capacity of SharePoint 2010 farms.
This article provides information about how to maintain and monitor the performance of SharePoint 2010 farms.
This article provides guidelines for testing the performance of SharePoint 2010 farms.
This article provides a starting point for planning the performance and capacity of your system. This article includes performance and capacity testing results and guidelines for acceptable performance.
This article provides links to key technical case study articles that contain performance and capacity details for specific environments running SharePoint Server 2010.
This article provides links to articles that provide test results and recommendations for specific feature sets in SharePoint Server 2010.
This article describes a process for planning storage and SQL Server capacity for a SharePoint Server 2010 deployment.
The following resources can also be helpful for capacity planning:
Capacity planning downloadable book
Topologies for SharePoint Server 2010
Search Architectures for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
Design Search Architectures for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
Search Environment Planning for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
To download these models, see Technical diagrams (SharePoint Server 2010).