SharePoint 2010 Performance and Capacity Recommendation

Microsoft has released a series of SharePoint whitepapers and articles that contains information about the performance and capacity characteristics of each SharePoint feature and how it was tested by Microsoft. Here’s a list of them:

Capacity Planning Key Concepts

Capacity management and sizing for SharePoint Server 2010 – Explains the key concepts behind capacity management in SharePoint Server 2010.

Performance and Capacity Planning of SharePoint 2010 Features

Business Connectivity Services - Provides guidance on the footprint that use of Business Connectivity Services has on topologies running SharePoint Server 2010

SharePoint Server Caches Overview - Provides information about how the three SharePoint Server 2010 caches help the product scale and grow to meet the demands of your business application

Designing large lists and maximizing list performance (SharePoint Server 2010) - Provides guidance on performance of large document libraries and lists. This document is specific to SharePoint Server 2010, although the throttles and limits that are discussed also apply to Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010

Large-scale document repositories - Provides guidance on performance of large-scale document repositories in regards to SharePoint Server 2010.

Estimate capacity and performance for enterprise managed metadata in SharePoint Server 2010 - Provides guidance on how to perform sizing and performance optimization of the managed metadata service in SharePoint Server 2010

My Sites and Social Computing Capacity Planning - Provides guidance on the footprint that use of My Sites and other social computing features has on topologies running SharePoint Server 2010

Estimate performance and capacity requirements for PerformancePoint Services - Provides guidance on the footprint that usage of PerformancePoint Services has on topologies running SharePoint Server 2010

Estimate performance and capacity requirements for SharePoint Server 2010 Search - Discusses capacity planning for different deployments of SharePoint Server 2010 search, including small, medium, and large farms

Capacity requirements for the Web Analytics Shared Service in SharePoint Server 2010 - Provides guidance on the footprint that use of the Web Analytics service has on topologies running SharePoint Server 2010

Estimate performance and capacity requirements for Web Content Management in SharePoint Server 2010 - Provides guidance on performance and capacity planning for a Web Content Management solution

Estimate performance and capacity planning for workflow in SharePoint Server 2010 – Provides guidance on the footprint that usage of Workflow has on topologies running SharePoint Server 2010

Office Apps Capacity Planning (SharePoint 2010)

Estimate performance and capacity requirements for Access Services in SharePoint Server 2010 - Provides guidance on how using Access Services impacts topologies running SharePoint Server 2010

Estimate performance and capacity requirements for Visio Services in SharePoint Server 2010 - Provides guidance on the footprint that use of Visio Services has on topologies running SharePoint Server 2010

Office Web Apps Capacity Planning - Provides guidance on the footprint that use of Office Web Apps has on topologies running SharePoint Server 2010

Estimate performance and capacity requirements for Excel Services in SharePoint Server 2010 - Provides planning guidance for Excel Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Estimate performance and capacity requirements for InfoPath Forms Services in SharePoint Server 2010 - Provides guidance on the footprint that use of InfoPath Forms Services has on topologies running SharePoint Server 2010

Word Automation Services Capacity Planning - Provides capacity planning guidance for Word Automation Services in SharePoint Server 2010


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Suprotim Agarwal
Suprotim Agarwal, ASP.NET Architecture MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) works as an Architect Consultant and provides consultancy on how to design and develop Web applications.

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