Storage Optimization for SharePoint
This Windows IT Pro Technical Advisor reviews the key components of a successful storage optimization strategy for SharePoint.
Minimize storage cost by offloading Binary Large Objects from SQL to tiered storage.
Optimize SQL Server storage and increase platform performance by removing unstructured data from SQL databases
Reduce SharePoint total cost of ownership (TCO) by leveraging Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM) solutions
Provide end-users with uninterrupted access and interaction with externalized content, regardless of where it resides
Protect and manage externalized content with SharePoint functions, third-party customizations, and other DocAve products
Compress and encrypt the externalized BLOBs to reduce storage cost and protect BLOBs from unauthorized access
Let end users upload alternate file types natively blocked by SharePoint and files that exceed SharePoint limitations
Examine and evaluate only content that’s been modified since the last scan for incremental externalization
View SQL and optimized data comparisons, orphan stub/BLOB details, and alternate file details within a selected scope
Compare optimized data against data found in SQL Server content databases
Through one click, restore content from BLOB storage to the original SharePoint content database, with stubs included