StoragePoint

The good news is that you’ve built a vibrant collaboration environment in SharePoint that’s been adopted throughout your organization. The bad news is that you now face growing pains as users add more content.

Soaring costs, compliance requirements, and business continuity concerns make managing content storage a top day-to-day management issue.

What’s in your SharePoint?

Most SharePoint customers have over 1TB of content stored on the platform. Each year the typical SharePoint farm grows 50-75%.

How can Office 365 support millions of users and still perform well? 

The secret lies in the Office 365 storage architecture, which is fundamentally different than the out-of-the-box SharePoint architecture. SharePoint administrators are painfully aware of the inherent storage and file limitations of SQL Server and SharePoint. These limitations force SharePoint to conform to small content databases and exclude large files.

  • Sunrise wünschte sich weniger Komplexität der Daten mit Lösungen, die sämtliche Goverance- und andere Richtlinien berücksichtigen
  • Sunrise erhielt außerdem mehr Performance, Flexibilität, Usability, automatische Alerts & Reports sowie einfache Backup- und Wiederherstellungsoptionen
  • Lösungen im Einsatz: ControlPoint, Content Matrix, Diagnostic Manager, SharePoint Backup, StoragePoint

SUNRISE - Unternehmensinformationen

SQL databases are not optimized for storing the unstructured content like documents, images and videos that dominates SharePoint. These unstructured objects, known as BLOBs, degrade performance and create SharePoint database sprawl, which is hard, time consuming and expensive to manage. StoragePoint shrinks SQL databases in SharePoint up to 98% by moving BLOBs outside those databases to storage of your choosing. This enables SharePoint content databases to remain lean, efficient and high performing.

How can Office 365 support millions of users and still perform well? 

The secret lies in the Office 365 storage architecture, which is fundamentally different than the out-of-the-box SharePoint architecture. SharePoint administrators are painfully aware of the inherent storage and file limitations of SQL Server and SharePoint. These limitations force SharePoint to conform to small content databases and exclude large files.

Information Archiving & Storage Management

Content is growing at 65% per year and SharePoint has become the preferred platform to handle this deluge.

But here's the problem: nearly all SharePoint content is unstructured (Office docs, PDFs, multimedia), and SharePoint stores this content in SQL Server. These files appear as unstructured Binary Large Objects (BLOBs), which SQL doesn’t handle efficiently—creating significant cost, performance, and manageability issues.

Join us to learn how to overcome this detrimental SharePoint challenge.

Key takeways:

2015 is here and administrators anxiously await the next release of SharePoint.

Content growth continues to dominate, as new forms of content, additional file shares, and user-contributed content run up against tough SharePoint storage limitations. Get the jump on SharePoint 2016. Eliminate storage limitations that continue to impact SharePoint and implement a winning storage strategy that carries you from your current version through to 2016 and beyond.

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