News: .NET and SharePoint Performance: Don’t let Default Settings Ruin Your End User Experience

  1. Step 1: Identify Problematic Pages

    The first question is: do we have a problem or not? You can either wait for your end users to start complain to the help desk or be proactive and look at end-user response times. The following screenshot shows data from each individual visitor who accessed a SharePoint application. Focusing on one visit that was identified as having a frustrating experience shows the individual visited pages. Starting with an extremely costly first page (43 seconds to load) the visitor also suffered from an extremely slow response time for the following two actions (click on Home and reloading Default.aspx):

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  2. How come a .net related info is on Java? That's so weird!!!