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Best Practices for Building Your Website for Scale with Microsoft SharePoint 2010

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Based on the Microsoft SharePoint product team’s experience with sites like Microsoft.com and other large customer sites, this session provides a set of best practices for designing, developing, deploying, and operating large Internet sites built on SharePoint.
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  • Great session,

    two comments:

    1. I believe the <BlobCache [...] max-age="84600"> attribute is set in seconds rather than in milliseconds.
    2. A good reason for doing content deployment may be that with In Place Editing Editors will not see (asp.net output) cached versions of pages, ie. they will experience slow performance.



  • Hello Spencer,

    can you share your e-mail address? I would indeed like to received the information about compression prior to storage in asp.net output cache? Thank you Smiley

    Wim De Groote


  • SpenceSpence

    The following command configures the metabase to compress dynamic content before insertion into the output cache:

    APPCMD.EXE set config –section:urlCompression /dynamicCompressionBeforeCache:true

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