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How to monitor your SharePoint environment
This article is part of the May 2009 issue of SharePoint Insider
As SharePoint becomes a more critical component of your infrastructure, it also becomes a service that needs to be more closely monitored to ensure its availability. But many organizations mistakenly try to treat SharePoint like other application servers, such as SQL Server. The reality is that SharePoint can be incredibly more complicated. More SharePoint resources SharePoint e-zine Learn how to tackle SharePoint issues that impact deployment, as well as how to employ strategies for enterprise collaboration. SharePoint Server tutorial This tutorial has resources admins can use to plan for deploy and determine if this collaboration platform is right for their shop. The most common misconception is that it's SharePoint that you have to monitor. This false belief will lead most operations personnel to overlook the fact that SharePoint is really a combination of services that act together. Because these services are tightly integrated, your monitoring strategy needs to be multidimensional. So what do you monitor? Start with ...
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