by Trevor Hellebuyck, Chief Technology Officer, Metalogix
SharePoint natively stores Binary Large Objects (BLOBs) — the documents and other types of unstructured data that are the content in SharePoint — with the SQL Server database, causing it to add significant overhead, and negatively impacting SQL’s I/O performance. Externalizing content to a BLOB Store makes it feasible to achieve short Recover Point Objectives, but they will have to be backed up using another method. Read this whitepaper to learn how you can improve your SharePoint performance while foregoing the expense of third-party backup solutions.
This whitepaper will cover:
- Out-of-the-box backup and recovery options.
- Automatic BLOB backup.
- Extending item-level recovery with selective restore manager.
- Content compression.
- Backup and granular restore options.