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Pro SharePoint 2010 Governance by Corey Erkes, Steve Wright

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Capacity Planning

Many people think that capacity planning is performing up-front sizing for the farm during farm planning and rollout. While this is true, it is also equally important to continually monitor the farm and its use to extend the farm as needed to meet the demands of the business. Regardless of what point you are at in the SharePoint lifecycle, it is important to continually perform capacity planning. Capacity planning can be broken down into five subareas as shown in Figure 8-8: analysis, design, test/optimize, deploy, and monitor.

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Figure 8-8. Capacity planning phases

Analysis

Understanding how the farm is going to be used, by ...

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