Posts Tagged ‘Cloud Service Provider’

Troubleshooting with Microsoft Hyper-V Cloud Issues | A Cloud Service Provider’s Guide

Thursday, June 20th, 2019

There are many issues that arise when Hyper-V VMs are being replicated to Azure. Even though Hyper-V is an established platform, but with upgrades from various other services, there are times when you face issues related to storage, migration failures, backup problems and availability issues. Let’s look at a few of these issues.

  • Storage Problems

One of the biggest problem businesses face after their business tends to scale is the slow storage performance. One big reason for this issue is the storage architecture within the Microsoft Hyper-V environment. It is important to check whether the virtual machine component is properly placed. Virtual machine components have to reside on a dedicated storage. And the architecture should deliver mirror redundancy. We will see this in Backup related problems in a few minutes. To cater for the issue of slow Storage problem, Microsoft prefers every Cloud service Provider implements VHDX based virtual hard disks for a better Storage performance to avoid Hyper-V cloud issues.

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How to Optimize SharePoint Online performance

Monday, October 15th, 2018

The popularity of SharePoint Online with Cloud Service Providers has made it the fastest growing Microsoft product in recent years. The key to its success is better application performance which makes it fruitful for deployments and adoptions. Let’s have a look at a few techniques that Cloud Service Providers can follow to improve the overall performance of SharePoint server.

Tips to Fine-Tune performance of SharePoint Online

  1. Image Optimization

Images make the overall design appealing but their size can greatly affect page loading speed that can have a huge impact SharePoint Onlineon site performance. The ideal way to use images on a SharePoint Site is to use sprites approach (an image Sprite is a technique of showing multiple images on your site that are actually a portion of one larger image, as it reduces HTTP traffic since you are downloading more images in one request). Further, it is necessary to use image compression and image optimization techniques before using them on your site.

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