Category: SharePoint

Database Configuration for Maximum SharePoint Performance (Video, Slide and PowerShell Script)

This post is way overdue. Since I’ve been getting a lot of requests about this specific presentation regarding SharePoint databases, I decided to do two things. First, I recorded this presentation for all my attendees to use as a reference. Now, you might be thinking, “If you’ve already recorded your presentation, wouldn’t that affect attendance […]

“Thou Shalt Configure MAXDOP For SharePoint 2013″ Is No Longer Needed

Last year I started to get involved in the SharePoint community, particularly the SharePoint Saturday events. As a SQL Server DBA, I thought that SharePoint administrators need to have a fair understanding of the underlying database because it is the backbone of a highly-performing SharePoint farm. That gave me the idea of doing a presentation […]

Database Configuration Settings To Improve SharePoint Performance

Next month, I will be doing a presentation for the very first SharePoint Saturday event here in Ottawa. Since I have been doing a lot of SharePoint architecture and implementation projects, I submitted a session on improving SharePoint performance by looking at the underlying database system. Majority of the concepts in the presentation apply to […]

Configuring Alternate Access Mapping in SharePoint 2010

It took me quite a while to get back to writing articles for both MSSQLTips and MSSharePointTips. Now, I’m back and the first article to be published this year is all about configuring alternate access mappings on SharePoint 2010. Check out the article here. There’s a corresponding PowerShell command to do the same task so watch out […]