SharePoint Pod Show: Tips and Tricks for Improving SharePoint 2007 Performance

SharePoint Pod Show

We all dream of the ever popular “easy button,” with just a press SharePoint is performing like a well oiled machine.  Unfortunately, there is no single button but there are many proverbial knobs and levers we can adjust.  Identifying what is causing a performance issue can be a daunting task....

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We all dream of the ever popular “easy button,” with just a press SharePoint is performing like a well oiled machine.  Unfortunately, there is no single button but there are many proverbial knobs and levers we can adjust.  Identifying what is causing a performance issue can be a daunting task.

In this episode, Rob, Nick, and Brett catch up with ASP.NET MVP Dennis Bottjer who provides a wide range of easy-to-implement tips that will prevent common bottlenecks.  From a development perspective we look at how to identify memory leaks in custom code and how to improve page rending times.  Performance is designed and knowing our options we can greatly improve the performance of our SharePoint Farm!

About Dennis:

Dennis J. Bottjer is a Solutions Architect, for Microsoft Gold Partner SpringPoint Technologies (www.MySpringPoint.com). He is a three time, Microsoft ASP/ASP.NET MVP and has consulted with many FORTUNE 500 companies.  Dennis has over 11 years of experience in helping companies build proactive solutions. He is also a MCP, MCTS, and the INETA Membership Mentor for Oklahoma. Dennis is proudly serving his technical-community as the President of the Tulsa SharePoint Interest Group.

Dennis' Links:

www.DennisBottjer.com
www.Twitter.com/dbottjer
http://www.facebook.com/people/Dennis-Bottjer/1292982047


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