Infrastructure Design Changes in SharePoint 2013

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There are a myriad number of approaches to design and architecture of SharePoint servers, not all of which are ideal,
however. Since the design of a SharePoint environment is
subsequently critical to its performance and functionality, it is
critical to understand what are the best practices around
SharePoint infrastructure design. SharePoint architects need to be
aware of the various installation options, how they have changed in
SharePoint 2013, how and when to virtualise SharePoint, and ways to
optimise the SQL Database tier of SharePoint. This session goes
right to the heart of the matter, providing for physical and
virtual architecture guidelines and specific configuration settings
that can immediately be used to construct new SharePoint 2013
environments. Real world advice obtained from the presenter’s
experience designing hundreds of production legacy SharePoint and
multiple early adopter SharePoint 2013 farms is provided, and the
installation options are discussed frankly.


Michael Noel on Infrastructure Design Changes
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