TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010: Performance, part 2: architecture, sizing, and capacity
Published: May 12, 2010
This Microsoft TechNet Webcast is one of two parts that discuss Microsoft Project Server 2010 performance characteristics and farm architecture planning. This Webcast, Part 2, shows you the test results, architecture, data flow, and sizing guidelines and best practices for your Project Server 2010 implementation. The two Webcasts together share the results of Project Server 2010 performance lab tests conducted on targeted reference hardware architecture in the Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) by Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) in partnership with the Microsoft Product Group. The test results were used to identify performance bottlenecks and identify better design and implementation practices for Project Server 2010 infrastructures.
The presenters for this Webcast are:
Mike Shughrue, Principal Consultant, Microsoft Corporation
Michael Jordan, Lead Architect (EPM), Microsoft Corporation
TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 - Performance Part 2: Architecture, Sizing, and Capacity (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=190244)
Information about how the testing lab was set up, how the tests were executed, and which test tools were used is shown in previous Webcast: TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 - Performance Part 1: Setup, Execution, and Results (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=190243).
This Webcast is one of seven available in a series. For a complete list of all available Webcasts from this series, see Project Server 2010 IT-Professional TechNet Webcasts.