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SharePoint 2010 Redundant & Virtualized Farm

Monday, March 12th, 2012

Question: How to achieve SharePoint 2010 redundant & virtualized farm with minimum number of physical servers?

Answer: Plan for virtualization (SharePoint Server 2010)​

SharePoint Server 2010 – Virtualized Farm Architecture for fully Redundant Farm with only Two Physical Nodes

  •  – High Availability across Hosts
  •  – All Components Virtualized
  •  – Uses Only two Windows Enterprise Edition Licenses

As more companies try to decrease managing and investment expenses, fix the problems of datacenter solidity, and provide versatility to their SharePoint deployments – so in such circumstances virtualization becomes the pivotal point of conversation.  SharePoint 2010 provides more versatility in assistance of virtualization and similar to other hosting server technological innovation needs appropriate preparing to make sure those objectives are met.

A virtual platform is made up of two related levels, one actual and one virtual. A settings change in either level results hosts in the other level. This interrelationship becomes obvious when you plan to setup and use SharePoint Hosting server 2010 in a virtual platform. For more details you can contact us or read see virtualization overview.


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How to Modify Database Capacity Settings in SharePoint 2010?

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Microsoft has come up with the following benchmarks, beyond which performance suffers.

Content db Recommended Default
Site Collection in Single Content db 10000 15000

Navigate to Central Administration and then Application Management

Central Administration> Application Management
Click on Manage Content databases Under Databases
Click on Database Name On which you want to modify capacity setting.

Modify the Maximum Number of Site per Content db. (15000 to 10000)

According to Microsoft, you can have up to 50,000 Site Collections in a single web application. The bigger question I think you should be asking yourself is, how many Site Collections do you want to put in any single content database? When you look at SharePoint from a recovery perspective it is important to limit the size of your content databases so that you can manage your backups and restores. Each Site Collection can only reside in a single content database, though you can have any number of collections in a content db. So, while I can have 50,000 collections in my web app, how many content databases will that be and how many of those collections will be in each db?


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MachPanel Unveils SharePoint 2010 (Beta) Support

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Yorba Linda, California – March 17, 2010 – MachSol Inc. ( ) developer of  MachPanel an emerging leader of SaaS enabled Hosted Services Delivery Platform, believes in outperforming our customer’s expectations by continuously adding new and advanced features and further improving control panel’s performance by developing new builds and releases. We are glad to announce the release of our New Build “MachPanel v.4.1.15” unveiling complete support for SharePoint 2010 (Beta). Latest release also addresses bug fixes alongside performance improvements. Please consult Release Notes for details.


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MachPanel v.4.1 BUILD 14, Now Available!

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

Dear Customer,

We at MachSol Inc, are pleased to announce the immediate availability of latest build of MachPanel Provisioning System – Complete SaaS & Traditional Hosting Windows Control Panel.  Latest build MachPanel v.4.1 Build 14 mainly addresses bug fixes alongside performance improvements and new features.

You may review the complete list by visiting the useful links mentioned as under:

Useful Links:

– How to Update to MachPanel v.4.1 Build 14

– Report bugs here


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MachPanel Now Supports SharePoint 2010!

Monday, February 15th, 2010

SharePoint 2010 is the business collaboration platform that enables you to connect and empower people through formal and informal business communities, within the enterprise and beyond, and to manage content throughout the information lifecycle. Whether deployed on-premises or as hosted services, SharePoint’s integrated capabilities are enhanced by search technologies and enable you to rapidly respond to changing business needs by making data-driven decisions and by deploying customized solutions quickly and securely. The consolidation of collaboration solutions onto SharePoint 2010 makes it possible to cut costs by lowering training and maintenance expenses and increasing IT productivity, all within a governable and compliant platform.


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