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Dear all,

 

There is a new tool out to deal with the variety of ULS logs that get generated and are hardly accesible.

As part of the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administration Toolkit v2.0, the SharePoint Diagnostic Studio is delivering the following information into a single graphical user interface:

 

  • Base
  • Capacity
  • Performance
  • Availability
  • Usage

Fig. 1: SharePoint 2010 Diagnostic Studio UI. Source: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blog/Pages/BlogPost.aspx?pID=971

 

Hence, it is allowing to assess performance issues in a single graphical representation, showing possible problems at a glance.

 

Moreover, it features integrated search capabilities, snapshots and a context sensitive help.

 

Not bad for a 1.9M download!

 

If you are interested in further details, you might also want to have a look at the following links:

Blog post from SharePoint Team Blog: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blog/Pages/BlogPost.aspx?pID=971

SharePoint 2010 Administration Toolkit v2.0 DL: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=718447d8-0814-427a-81c3-c9c3d84c456e&displaylang=en

 

Enjoy and till next time,

Martin

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Dear all,

Today a new article of mine was released on the online presence of the German magazine “Computerwoche”.

 

It’s title is: “Vom BI-Trödler zum Klassenprimus”

A recent research study has revealed there is a lot of potential how businesses perform when it comes to data management. Clearly, there is a connection between how well a business organizes its data and also cleaning routines, as well as organizing a centralized BI center. SharePoint 2010 can deliver these features which are needed for improving such a business. The articles shows strategies and best practices to improve from poorly performing to best in class companies.

 

You can find the full article here:

http://www.computerwoche.de/software/bi-ecm/2367976/

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