Hello Everyone, For the past few weeks I was writing a Whitepaper about maximizing SQL 2012 Performance for SharePoint 2013. It’s been reviewed by 4 great guys , and after being exclusive to SharePoint-Community.net for one week, I release it to the public!
If you want to see the interesting results I got with the modifications suggested in this WhitePaper, you can read about them on SharePoint-Community.Net
Read the abstract or download the Whitepaper Directly here!
As a SharePoint Consultant I get to see dozens of SharePoint farms every year, and one of the most common complaints I get from clients – is that SharePoint is slow. A lot of people think that SharePoint is slow because the SharePoint servers are lacking resources or, simply, because SharePoint is a slow product. Although resources allocated to the SharePoint servers (e.g. Web Front Ends and App servers) are important, not a lot of people realize that SharePoint performance is directly related to the database, SQL Server. In fact, 94% of SharePoint data is stored in SQL.
How to install SQL Server 2012
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