During my daily work I quite often find an article which highlights interesting things – which are not worth a separate post to talk about. To still share them with you I have decided to publish such articles as a link list on my blog in the Picks of the week category.
Here is the second edition:
- Free SharePoint eBooks from Microsoft for download
Microsoft has release a couple of SharePoint eBooks for download
- Scale Test Report for Very Large-Scale Document Repositories
Just released: A whitepaper providing details about a test lab that was run at Microsoft to show large scale SharePoint Server 2010 content databases.
- Deploying SharePoint Server 2010 updates on mission critical sites
This whitepaper explains in detail how to plan patching for mission critical sites to minimized downtime and provide recoverability in case of a failure during patching,
- Hybrid SharePoint Environments with Office 365
You have a on-premise SharePoint farm running right now but are looking to move parts of it into the cloud? Or you are trying to create a new SharePoint site in the cloud but need some stuff on-premise for whatever reasons? This new whitepaper explains the benefits of mixing both worlds.
Hybrid environments enable organizations to achieve a higher degree of flexibility than forcing a choice between either an on-premises or cloud model. Organizations can start to achieve the benefits associated with the use of cloud computing coupled with the customization flexibility and tight data governance of an on-premises system, while delivering a consistent experience to users
- How do I tune the MOSS Object Cache for performance and economy?
Nice article outlining how to identify if the object cache is properly sized using performance counters
- Accessing Databases from within a Sandboxed Solution
Ever had a need to perform a full trusted operation from within a Sandboxed Solution (e.g. accessing an external database)?
Check this article to see how SPProxyOperations can help with this
- Understanding SharePoint: Event Receivers
Did you ever try to understand how synchronous and asynchronous event receivers in SharePoint work? Then check out this article!