Migration to SharePoint 2013 – Theory and practice

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Upgrade and migration within the SharePoint environment has always been a specific challenge to all fields inside a company. Upgrade or migration will always give you the possibility to remove and eliminate old waste or fault design. Further the chances to customize your SharePoint environment conform to actual company structures. This lecture will show the fundamental procedure during migration, the possibilities of using internal means and the need of 3rd party tools.

Based on praxis examples we will respond to problems, offer solutions to migration and consolidation of SharePoint environment.

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Migration to SharePoint 2013 – Theory and practice

  1. 1. Optimizing SQL server for speedy SharePoint SAHIL MALIK WWW.WINSMARTS.COM @SAHILMALIK SHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICS 2013 ZAGREB, NOVEMBER 27-28 2013
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  3. 3. C:>whoami 11xMVP 15xAuthor Pluralsight Author Microsoft Metro Trainer Funny and Honest HTTP://BLAH.WINSMARTS.COM @SAHILMALIK
  4. 4. What is this session about
  5. 5. Why is it so slow? Search Everything Else ECM Content Database Collaboration Workflows
  6. 6. Database design Less Maintenance Awesome Performance
  7. 7. SharePoint Content Database • Is designed to work with less maintenance headache • Install and it works. • But the default settings are .. Awful! • Sadly, almost nobody tweaks them, which is why SHAREPOINT IS SLOW
  8. 8. How do content databases work! Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection
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  13. 13. How content databases really work! :-) ? Site Collection
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  15. 15. How content databases really work! :-) Fragmentation Site Collection
  16. 16. How content databases should work! Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection Site Collection
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  22. 22. Lessons Learnt
  23. 23. SQL Server disk cluster size
  24. 24. TempDB
  25. 25. TempDB optimization
  26. 26. TempDB optimization
  27. 27. TempDB optimization
  28. 28. TempDB optimization
  29. 29. TempDB optimization
  30. 30. TempDB optimization
  31. 31. TempDB optimization
  32. 32. TempDB optimization
  33. 33. Index Fragmentation
  34. 34. Statistics
  35. 35. SQL Server memory allocation
  36. 36. Recycle Bin
  37. 37. MAXDOP
  38. 38. questions? HTTP://BLAH.WINSMARTS.COM @SAHILMALIK
  39. 39. thank you. SHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICS 2013 ZAGREB, NOVEMBER 27-28 2013

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