Caching is a critical variable in
the SharePoint scalability and performance equation, but it’s one that’s
oftentimes misunderstood or dismissed as being needed only in
Internet-facing scenarios. In this lively and fast-paced session, we’ll
build an understanding of the caching options that exist within the
SharePoint platform: object caching, BLOB caching, page output caching,
and the Office Web Applications’ cache (for SharePoint 2010). We’ll
examine each option in detail, discuss how it works, identify how it can
be controlled, and cover common pitfalls that may impact its use.
We’ll also walk through a handful of “what if” scenarios at the end of
the presentation to test audience knowledge (just for fun, of course!)
Those who attend this session will leave with the knowledge needed to
leverage and control caching in their own SharePoint environments.
Sean P. McDonough
P. McDonough is a recognized expert on SharePoint disaster recovery
(DR) and SharePoint performance management. As a consultant, McDonough
has worked with a number of Fortune 500 companies to architect,
implement, troubleshoot, tune, and customize their SharePoint
environments. He is an MCPD, an MCTS, and the co-author of the
“SharePoint 2007 Disaster Recovery Guide” (http://tinyurl.com/SPDRBook)
and the “SharePoint 2010 Disaster Recovery Guide”
(http://tinyurl.com/SPDRBook2010). McDonough can be reached through his
blog (http://SharePointInterface.com) or Twitter (@spmcdonough). Today
Sean exercises his expertise as a Product Manager for SharePoint
products at Idera.
This webcast is free to all SecretsOfSharePoint.com members. Join now!