Free SharePoint 2013 Resources Part 7

Free SharePoint 2013 Resources Part 7

Every month I do an article about all the resources I found online about SharePoint 2013. These Free SharePoint 2013 Resources come from Microsoft directly or from other partners but unfortunately not a lot of people check regularly and sometimes they are well hidden.

I am happy to present you Part 6 of the “Free SharePoint Server 2013 Resources” series that gives you all the resources for the month of April.

Whitepapers

  1. Maximizing SQL 2012 Performance for SharePoint 2013 Whitepaper
  2. Whitepaper: My Tasks Aggregation in SharePoint Server and Exchange Task Integration 

Test Lab Guides

  1. Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate SAML-based Claims Authentication with SharePoint Server 2013
  2. Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate profile synchronization for SharePoint Server 2013

Downloads

  1. Download SharePoint Color Palette Tool
  2. Apps for SharePoint sample pack in C#, VB.NET
  3. Download SharePoint 2013: Presentation: IT pro training Refreshed for RTM
  4. Download: SharePoint 2013 hybrid resources NEW VERSION
  5. Test Lab Guide: Demonstrate Intranet Collaboration with SharePoint Server 2013 NEW VERSION
  6. Download SharePoint 2013 on Windows Azure 
  7. Download: Topologies for SharePoint 2013 NEW VERSION
  8. Download Deployment worksheet for Duet Enterprise Online
  9. Download: SharePoint 2013 Upgrade Process 
  10. Download: SharePoint 2013: How to Test Upgrade 

Learning Roadmaps

  1. Database management for SharePoint 2013 learning roadmap

Articles

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as you recommended on how to have sql server data files on multiple disks, does it matter if sql server is installed on virtual machine (all hard disks will be virtual)?

Thanks,

Guangming

It doesn’t matter if SQL drives are on virtual machine, however it would be better to map your virtual drives to different physical drivers. Don’t forget to read my Whitepaper on how to increase performance!

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