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Presentation by me at SharePoint Saturday The Conference in Washington DC on August 12th, 2011.

Presentation by me at SharePoint Saturday The Conference in Washington DC on August 12th, 2011.

A review of the major points about how to use SharePoint in a DotCom project.

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  • HardwareVirtual servers versus physicalProperly scaled memory and CPU Look at scaling the box versus adding more serversPay attention to what servers are slowing down (WFE, App, DB) and scale those firstTuningDatabase – critical to SP successPre-grow if possible, never auto-shrinkTempDB – very important for search and viewsWhen to split Content from Search/ConfigCacheSP Pub Cache (Pub pages only)BLOB Cache (BLOBs only)Other typesASP.Net – programattic cache that is unique to each serverWeb Part Cache – prgrammatic cache that is shared by all SP servers (all users or by user)Partial/Doughnut Cache – mix of various cache methods for specific circumstances
  • Server Sizing MS Recommends8GB RAM for WFEs and App Servers16GB for SQL Server4 cores for WFEsDisk ~80GBConsiderations for upgradesWFE Memory should be fineProcs should be fine Disk (if large index files)App Memory – push to 12GBProcs – 8 cores (Dual quad cores) Disk – (if large index files)SQL Server Memory = 32+GBProcs – 16 cores (4x4way) or more Disk – Depends on usage and content requriementsBut, for DotCom sites…we likely don’t have lots of content

Spstc2011 share point for dotcom sites Presentation Transcript

  • 1. SharePoint for DotCom SitesFri-S5A-105
    David C. Broussard
    Catapult Systems
    Welcome to SharePoint Saturday—The Conference
  • 2. Welcome to SharePoint Saturday—The Conference
    Thank you for being a part of the first SharePoint Saturday conference
    Please turn off all electronic devices or set them to vibrate.
    If you must take a phone call, please do so in the hall so as not to disturb others.
    Open wireless access is available at SSID: SPSTC2011
    Feel free to “tweet and blog” during the session
    Thanks to our Diamond and Platinum Sponsors:
  • 3. Where do we come from?
    Content Management
    Server 2002
    Office SharePoint
    Server 2007
    SharePoint Portal
    Server 2003
  • 4. Where do we come from?
    Content Management
    Server 2002
    Office SharePoint
    Server 2007
    SharePoint Portal
    Server 2003
    SharePoint 2010
  • 5. SharePoint 2010 is the new…
    Sites
    Communities
    Composites
    Content
    Insights
    Search
    Everything
  • 6. Web Content Management
    • Authoring
    • 7. Approving
    • 8. Scheduling
    • 9. Deploying
    • 10. Managing
    Content
  • 11. The Transitive Effect of SharePoint
  • 12. SharePoint = DotCom
    Sort of…
    We need to think outside of the box
  • 13. Intranet versus Internet
  • 14. DotCom Sites are a different Beast
  • 15. DotCom Considerations
    Business Needs
    End User Experience
    Performance
    Hardware
    Software
    Authentication/Personalization
    Branding
    Authoring Experience
  • 16. Business Needs
    Who is my site for?
    Demographics of users (age, gender, skills, language)
    Current or new
    What is my website going to do?
    Selling a product
    Informing people
    Where will it be viewed?
    Desktop/Mobile/Tablet
    Home/Work
    When will it be used?
    Peak Periods of use (8-5, lunch, etc.)
    Why are we doing this?
    How do I measure success
  • 17. End User Experience
    Make the user the focus of every design decision
    Remember that the content Authors are users too
    Iterate, Iterate, & Iterate
  • 18. Performance
    Let’s define performance
    Page Load vs Transaction
    Determine Average User Load
    Total users * % Concurrent Users / Time Per request
    Test till it breaks
    Primary Mode vs Fail Over tests
    Make sure you compare Apples to Apples
  • 19. Performance
    Increase Hardware
    Server Size and/or # Servers
    Tune the systems
    Database tuning
    Modify Cache settings
    SharePoint Publishing Cache (pub pages only)
    BLOB Cache
    Server Side Cache settings (ASP.Net Cache, Web Part Cache, Partial Cache)
    http://blogs.catapultsystems.com/tlingenfelder/archive/2011/03/24/sharepoint-caching-techniques.aspx
  • 20. Hardware
    Farm Sizing
    Usage requirements
    Availability Requirements
    Fail-over Requirements
    How many farms?
    Prod, Test, Development, DR
    Server Sizing
    Memory, CPU, Disk
  • 21. Hardware
    Highly Available SharePoint farm
    Medium SharePoint farm
    Small SharePoint farm
  • 22. Hardware
    High Availability
    Do we need it?
    Do we need App Server redundancy?
    Virtualization
    What can we virtualize?
    What should we not?
    Disaster Recovery Failover
    Hot stand-by
    Virtual stand-by
    Cloud
  • 23. Hardware - Security
  • 24. Software
    SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites
    Enterprise or Standard
    No CALs for external users (still need them for internal users, except authors)
    Must be on all SharePoint servers in farm
    Works for both Authenticated and Anonymous
    Pre-Prod and DR licenses
    Pre-Prod can be MSDN (10/subscription)
    DR (active) are considered Production and must be licensed
    Cloud implementations can “rent” licenses
  • 25. Authentication/Personalization
    Authentication Options
    Anonymous users
    Windows Authentication
    Claims/Forms Based Authentication
    Personalization
    User Profiles
    Web Part Personalization
    Page Personalization
  • 26. Branding
  • 27. Branding
    Pixel perfect rendering is required
    Cross Browser compatibility
    IE (6,7,8,9), Firefox, Chrome, Safari (Mac), Mobile browsers
    Active Content (Javascript, JQuery, Silverlight, Flash) – Graceful Degradation
    Do we style just publishing pages, or all pages? What will the user see?
  • 28. Branding
    Designers need a Design Environment just like Developers need a Developer Environment
    Lock down Production Designer folders (_catalogs/masterpage, /StyleLibrary, etc.)
    Sandbox solutions can reduce deployment headaches, but can cause governance headaches
  • 29. Authoring Experience
    Content Organization
    How often will it change?
    Content changes
    Navigation changes
    Approval process
    Staging of content
    Content Author Skills
    Approval and Control of content
  • 30. Summary
    SharePoint does WCM
    DotCom sites are very different from Intranets
    Focus on the User Experience
    Remember the goals of the Website (What get’s measured, get’s done)
    Test, Test, Test…and then test some more
  • 31. Questions
    http://blogs.catapultsystems.com/dbroussard
  • 32. Thanks to Our Other Sponsors!
    Thanks to our Sponsors
  • 33. Session Evaluation
    Please complete and turn in your Session Evaluation Form so we can improve future events. Survey can be filled out at:
    http://app.fluidsurveys.com/surveys/spstc2011-
    and add the Session number to the URL
    Presenter: David C. Broussard
    Session Name: SharePoint for DotCom Sites
    Session No.: Fri-S5A-105