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This was a session I presented at the Atlanta SharePoint Saturday in 2011. ...

This was a session I presented at the Atlanta SharePoint Saturday in 2011.

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This session looks at the different scenarios that many enterprise companies face when setting up a SharePoint 2010 solution. In addition to the scenarios we will look at how to make good planning choices when planning your content databases and what size you can expect. This "how to" presentation will look at central administration and use planning spreadsheets to determine how to build your solution. After walking away from this presentation you will be able to size SharePoint 2010 content on different scenarios.

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  • This session looks at the different SharePoint 2010scenarios that many enterprisecompanies face when setting up Content Sizinga SharePoint 2010 solution. Inaddition to the scenarios we willlook at how to make good and Planningplanning choices when planningyour content databases and whatsize you can expect. This "how to"presentation will look at central Brendon Schwartzadministration and use planningspreadsheets to determine how tobuild your solution. After walkingaway from this presentation you @brendonschwartzwill be able to size SharePoint 2010content on different scenarios. facebook.com/brendonschwartz
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonOther sessions Best Practices for Architecting, Deploying and Optimizing SharePoint 2010 BestPractices for Upgrading to SharePoint 2010 and for Optimizing SharePoint Storage Management SharePoint Scalability & Performance
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonSpeaker Bio Brendon Schwartz Consultant, Slalom Consulting Experience:  Architect for applications at AJC, AT&T, AutoTrader.com, Coca-Cola Enterprises  Co-founder, Atlanta .NET Regular Guys www.devcow.com  Presenter at SharePoint Saturday  Author and reviewer of articles, books and magazines http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendon/about/
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonAgenda Why Plan Content? SharePoint Scenarios Formulas Content Database Site Quotas
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonWhat promoted this talk? Everyone asked: What size does the content DB need to be?
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendon We are going to talk in generalizations today and you should work directly on your solution for true results. This is just a guide
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonAnswer
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonSizing Questions How far out are you planning What is the largest size you can DR What scenario are you planning for What type of content What is your backup and restore How long will your content be stored
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonWhat is content Documents  Pictures  Word  JPG  PPT  PNG  Excel  Attachments  PDF  Lists Site Content  Announcements  CSS  Discussions  Silverlight xap  Videos  Content Pages  WMV
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonAverage Size of Content Content Type Size Example Documents small to large 80kb – 5 mb Site Content small < 200 kb Pictures medium to large 200 kb – 3 mb Lists small ~ 30kb Videos large > 900kb Attachments small to large 80kb – 5 mb
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendon SharePoint ScenariosEnvironment Scenarios CommonCommunication - Enterprise Portal - Min Site Collection - Divisional Portal - Single Content DB - Intranet - Unknown Site QuotasCollaboration - Department Sites - Many Site Collections - Team Sites - Multiple Content DBs - Communities - Large Site Quotas - Project SitesSocial - Social Sites - Many Site Collections - My Sites - Multiple Content DBs - Personal Sites - Small Site QuotasApplication - Records Center - Min Site Collection - Search Center - Single Content DB - Custom Application - Unknown Site Quotas
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonHow Are Things Defined Boundaries: Static limits that cannot be exceeded by design Thresholds: Configurable limits that can be exceeded to accommodate specific requirements Supported limits: Configurable limits that have been set by default to a tested value http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787.aspx
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonMicrosoft Formulas Database size = ((D × V) × S) + (10 KB × (L + (V × D))) Content size (in KB) = ((D x V) x S) + 10 x (L + (V x D))
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonRule of Thumb 1 site collections > 1 in DB – Content DB < 100GB Site collections = 1 in DB and site type = collaboration – Content DB Max = 200GB (Special Case) Site collections = 1 and content is not collaboration and is primary read-only – Content DB Max 1TB
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonContent metrics Data corpus size Overall number of items Number of site collections Number of Requests“The system reacts differently if 100 GB of data iscomposed of 50 files of 2 GB each versus 100,000files of 1 KB each. In large deployments, the lessstress there is on a single item, document or area ofdocuments, the better performance will be. ”
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonContent Databases 50,000 Site Collections Max 100 content databases per Web app 10,000 Site Collections in single Content DB 250,000 SharePoint Sites per site collection Content Database Settings  Status  Read-only  Current Number of Site Collections  Site Collection Level Warning  Maximum Number of Site Collections
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonLowest Fill Round Robin Lowest Content Database filled If all Content Databases are the same it is a round robin
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonSite Quotas Site Collection storage maximum Site Quota emails  warning e-mail when site storage reaches Sandbox Solutions  Limit maximum usage per day  Limit maximum usage per day to
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonSite Quota - storage limit Recycle Content Bin Document Versions What is included in your site quota limits
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonpredicted trend Thisis easy when you have historical data, but you must guess when starting new See Excel Sheet
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  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonPlanning for other items Total size of the Search index The profile database total size based on the number of user in the profile store The social database total size based on the expected number of tags, colleagues and activities The metadata store size The size of the usage database The size of the Web Analytics data base
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonSearch DB Crawl: 0.046 × (sum of content databases) Property: 0.015 × (sum of content databases)
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonRule of thumb 2 “20%the total size of content DBs for the search DBs and index” http://www.sharepointsharon.com/2010/0 9/sizing-pt2-databases/
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonLessons to Take Away Content Sizing does depend, but make sense of the numbers you have Know the type of site you are building Any formula is just a estimate (guess) at the size of the content you will have Full sizing is more than just the content database
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonResources SharePoint 2010 Content Database Size - http://blogs.msdn.com/b/markarend/archive/2010/0 5/18/sharepoint-2010-content-database-size.aspx SharePoint Server 2010 capacity management: Software boundaries and limits - http://technet.microsoft.com/en- us/library/cc262787.aspx Storage and SQL Server capacity planning and configuration (SharePoint Server 2010) - http://technet.microsoft.com/en- us/library/cc298801.aspx Performance and capacity technical case studies (SharePoint Server 2010) - http://technet.microsoft.com/en- us/library/cc261716.aspx Database Maintenance for SharePoint - http://www.sharepointpromag.com/article/sharepoi nt/database-maintenance-for-sharepoint-
  • SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2011 Twitter: @brendonschwartz http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendonBrendon SchwartzEmail: support@devcow.comWeb Site: http://www.devcow.com/Blog: http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/brendon/Questions? @brendonschwartz facebook.com/brendonschwartz