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​Sean P. McDonough will be presenting ""Caching-In" for SharePoint Performance"

Session Abstract

Caching is a critical variable in the SharePoint scalability and performance equation, but it’s one that’s oftentimes misunderstood or dismissed as being needed only in Internet-facing scenarios.  In this lively and fast-paced session, we’ll build an understanding of the caching options that exist within the SharePoint platform: object caching, BLOB caching, page output caching, the Office Web Applications’ cache, and SharePoint 2013’s Distributed Cache service. We’ll examine each option in detail, discuss how it works, identify how it can be controlled, and cover common pitfalls that may impact its use. We’ll also step through a handful of “what if” scenarios at the end of the presentation to test audience knowledge (just for fun, of course!) Those who attend this session will leave with the knowledge needed to leverage and control caching in their own SharePoint environments.

Highlights

1. Deep discussion of each of SharePoint’s built-in caching mechanisms and how they work
2. Highlight performance and scalability improvements achieved with each mechanism, both on-premises and in hosted scenarios
3. Identify and troubleshoot potential misconfigurations, common mistakes, and other admin watch-outs

 



About the Speaker

​Sean is the Office 365 Solution Manager for Cardinal Solutions, a national IT solution provider and Microsoft managed partner headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. Sean has been developing software, building infrastructures, and solving technical problems for over two decades. Sean possesses a somewhat unusual set of skills that come from time spent in a diverse set of roles, including consultant, product manager, solution architect, team lead, administrator, and platform evangelist. Sean is an author, blogger, and frequent speaker/instructor at technical conferences, user groups, and similar events all over North America. He can be reached through his blog (http://SharePointInterface.com) or Twitter (@spmcdonough).​

DATE

Wednesday Jul 13, 2016.

TIME

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM.

LOCATION

We will be meeting at the Microsoft New England Research and Development center at One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA. Parking is available on-location for $10 after 4PM, or on-street. Parking is also available at Firebrand Saints across the street, which has validation if you drink/dine there afterwards.​

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SUSTENANCE

Food and beverages will be provided at the meeting free of charge from our meeting sponsor. Food arrives at about 5:45. We generally have pizza (with and without meat), as well a salad, water, and sodas.​

RAFFLE PRIZES

We will be handing out raffle tickets at the BASPUG meetings.​

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ORGANIZING SPONSORS
BlueMetal - The Modern Application Company Unosquare Crow Canyon Systems
HOSTING SPONSOR

FPWeb.net

VENUE SPONSOR

Microsoft

RAFFLE SPONSORS
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Cloud Apps Portal
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The​ Boston Area ​SharePoint Users Group (BASPUG) was founded to bring together like minds to network and share their experiences, triumphs, and tribulations around Microsoft SharePoint, to provide a community platform for Boston area SharePoint users, administrators, developers, architects, of all experience levels, even brand new to SharePoint, to share their knowledge with the community. We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at the Microsoft New England Research and Development Center in Cambridge, MA.

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About BASPUG Learn, Share, Network

The Boston Area SharePoint Users Group (BASPUG) was founded to bring together like minds to network and share their experiences, triumphs, and tribulations​ around Microsoft SharePoint, to provide a community platform for Boston area SharePoint users, administrators, developers, architects, of all experience levels, even those brand new to SharePoint, to share their knowledge with the community.

Contact Us We want to hear from you!

Email us or better yet, join us for our monthly meetings at the Microsoft offices in Cambridge. We usually meet the second Wednesday of each month.

Cambridge: 1 Memorial Drive
E-mail: info@bostonsharepointug.org