Lotus; Razeyah, Stephen; Nolet, Andy: ID111 IBM Lotus Domino 7 Performs! See How Domino 7 Should Be in Your Deployment Future!, IBM Software Group, Orlando 2005.

The Lotus Domino Server Performance Team shares their experiences on Domino 7. Using D7 NSF, we've shattered the 10,000 user Notes Mail limit on a single Domino partition, while reducing the CPU demands of the Domino server. Get the info on these improvements for ALL platforms with both Notes mail ...

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YEAR: 2005
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LABEL: Lotusphere | Lotus Domino 7
ORGANIZATIONS: IBM | Lotus
PEOPLE: Nolet, Andy | Razeyah, Stephen
THINGS: Performance
TIME: 2005
 
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ID111 IBM Lotus Domino 7 Performs! See How Domino 7 Should Be in Your Deployment Future! (web link)
Speakers: Razeyah Stephen, Andy Nolet
DL N. Hemisphere A-C - Tuesday 4:15pm - 5:15pm

Repeats: DL S. Hemisphere II - Wednesday 10:00am - 11:00am


The Lotus Domino Server Performance Team shares their experiences on Domino 7. Using D7 NSF, we've shattered the 10,000 user Notes Mail limit on a single Domino partition, while reducing the CPU demands of the Domino server. Get the info on these improvements for ALL platforms with both Notes mail and DWA workloads. Find out how we've tackled TCO by focusing on Enterprise environments that include multiple Domino partitions with clustering and replication in the mix and ways you can simulate your enterprise environment! We will highlight Linux scalability improvements, share Domino 6.5 customer deployments, best practice tips for the best performance with NAS and SAN and exciting new features in Server.Load.**