This is a live blogging post from the International SharePoint Conference London 2012. So don’t expect well-written proza here. Session by Ben Curry & Wayne Ewington Disk Subsystem isolate your workloads know what else runs on your storage subsystem sql really needs dedicated spindles Disk Design anything under 20ms for the first write is unsupported […]
This is a live blogging post from the International SharePoint Conference London 2012. So don’t expect well-written proza here. Session by Gary Lapointe, Chandima Kulathilake, Spencer Harbar Note: live blogging PowerShell code isn’t exactly easy, so this abstract primarily contains snippets of some takeaways PowerShell Remoting You can join servers to your farm remotely by […]
I’m delighted to speak at the next Belgian SharePoint Saturday on April 28, 2012. More information at http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/belgium Subscribe at http://spsbe2012.eventbrite.com/ I will deliver a talk in the administrator track: Claims based authentication for mere mortals In this session we will go through the basics of claims based authentication. What is it and what does […]
I recently did a talk about High Availability & Disaster Recovery for SharePoint 2010. This session covers general planning of your solution and an overview of the technical possibilities.
When configuring or setting up SharePoint, there are some practices that I take for granted. One of those things is to always refer to SQL server with the hostname only. You might think that using a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is always a good practice, but in this case it isn’t. Just to be […]