OpenText announced today via twitter that over 100 OTCW (OpenText Content World) breakout presentations were available for download.

Steve Simpson (a Senior Principal Product Specialist from OpenText) did a presentation on OpenText eDOCS DM 5.3 - Technical Architecture, Tips and Tricks which goes through a bunch of the best practices and tips and tricks associated with running OpenText on the Microsoft SQL Server database platform.  Tips like:

  • Separating your data and log files on different physical drives
  • Predefining the size of your database files
  • Backups
  • Index Maintenance
  • Integrity Checks
  • Using Profiler and Database Tuning Advisor to help review/optimize performance
  • and many others

The presentation is available to download here: OpenText eDOCS DM 5.3 - Technical Architecture, Tips and Tricks

The other breakout presentations from the OpenText Content World 2010 conference can be found here: Community Content World 2010

Great job by the OpenText team to make these presentations available to download to their community members!

For OpenText and Microsoft news, events, and further information, see the OpenText and Microsoft Alliance page.

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