Category Archives: SharePoint Performance

HTML Payload and SharePoint Performance

SharePoint web interface is essentially an ASP.NET application running on WFE servers. As is true for any other web application that larger the HTML payload sent to the browser, greater the amount of time it takes to travel over the … Continue reading

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Use SharePoint Blob Caching for Performance Boost

I have written on a number of occasions on the way BLOBs are treated by the SharePoint/SQL Server combo and why it is important to separate the BLOBs out from the content metadata. One aspect of BLOB management is their … Continue reading

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