Plan for performance and capacity in Project Server 2013


Applies to: Project Server 2013

Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18

Summary: Read articles about how to plan for performance and capacity in Project Server 2013.

This section covers capacity planning for Project Server 2013

The following articles about planning for performance and capacity for Project Server 2013 deployments are available to view online. Writers update articles on a continuing basis as new information becomes available and as users provide feedback.


Content Description

Building blocks

Overview of performance and capacity planning in Project Server 2013

This chapter is about how to determine the hardware requirements for a single Project Server 2013 farm.

Capacity planning strategy for Project Server 2013

Performance and capacity planning strategy is a vital part of planning a Project Server deployment.

How datasets affect performance and capacity in Project Server 2013

As you plan performance and capacity of a Project Server 2013 deployment, consider the set of variables that affect your plans.

Scaled-up and scaled-out topologies in Project Server 2013

Read information and recommendations for how to scale-up or scale-out a Project Server 2013 farm.

Optimize performance in Project Server 2013

Contains information and recommendations for tuning a Project Server 2013 farm for optimized performance.

Performance counters in Project Server 2013

Discusses Project Server performance counter information for web servers, database servers, and the Project application server.

Performance troubleshooting in Project Server 2013

Project Server troubleshooting information for common bottlenecks and their causes on Project Server 2013.

Project Server 2013 Performance Lab (white paper)

Learn about Project Server 2013 performance using various common workloads in a lab environment.

Run a Project Server 2013 performance test lab

This section is a general guide for creating and running a performance test lab.