Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft SharePoint Control Panel’

Microsoft launches SharePoint Server 2019 and it is just as cool as expected

Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

With Exchange Server 2019 and Skype for Business Server 2019 in the news, there is good news for Microsoft enthusiasts this year – Microsoft SharePoint Server 2019 is out!

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As promised in the public preview, there are many new features that were expected from SharePoint 2019 user all over theworld like trends in team collaboration, blending of cloud and on-premise versions, better cross-device user experience and many more. It’s built on the same platform as SharePoint Server 2016; the new SharePoint Server 2019 fulfills the needs of performances and scalability expectations to the maximum.

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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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