Chapter 7. Monitor and optimize a SharePoint environment

Up to this point, we’ve been talking about what steps are required to design a viable SharePoint 2016 environment. Designing the topology, planning security, installing, and configuring the environment lead to the eventual completion of the implementation phase, but this isn’t the end; in fact, it’s just the beginning.

Moving forward, the environment will need to be evaluated prior to its release to production, to ensure that services are running as desired and that the scaling of the farm is as required to meet service level agreement (SLA) and capacity expectations. Once the farm has been released, it will continue to require careful maintenance, planning, and management to ensure service ...

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