Razorleaf Releases New Utility, PART for SharePoint

Service provider, Razorleaf, releases utility to give SQL Server for SharePoint a “tune up.”

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Stow, OH (PRWEB) June 06, 2014

Razorleaf, a leading consulting service provider for engineering and manufacturing tools, is pleased to announce the release of a brand new utility, PART for SharePoint. The Performance Assessment Reporting Tool, also known as PART, comes from Razorleaf’s experience in real-world situations where SharePoint was not performing optimally. PART evaluates the underlying SQL Server environment and looks for areas where the configuration is not tuned for SharePoint's needs. The utility scores multiple areas of SharePoint/SQL Server performance, delivering visual ratings and textual explanations to the user. The Lite edition, which is free of charge, identifies areas that may not be optimized or configured properly. The Standard edition, which requires purchase, provides the details needed for users to tune their SQL Server environment so that the system can provide the best SharePoint performance possible. PART for SharePoint can even help users identify potential issues before they occur. PART is currently available in two different editions: Lite, which is free for users after they register with Razorleaf, and Standard, which costs $6,495 USD.

PART for SharePoint is the cumulative effort of Razorleaf’s team of experienced, certified SharePoint Professionals and SQL Server DBAs. The utility considers dozens of environment characteristics of the underlying database, Windows platform, and hardware setup. It then compares those against known best practices, Microsoft knowledgebase guidance, and industry technical tips. When run, PART rates specific elements of the SharePoint/SQL Server installation to provide a rich, detailed report on where underlying problems may exist. While PART for SharePoint Lite will identify basic areas of concern, the Standard edition will provide additional detail along with a recommended remediation plan available directly from the Razorleaf technical team.

Vice President of Customer Services for Winshuttle, Tom Miller, had this to say about his experience with PART: "Razorleaf and PART for SharePoint were instrumental in isolating and resolving performance issues for a number of our larger customers. Customers looking to maximize performance and minimize delays should take advantage of PART for SharePoint."

If this sounds like the utility you've been needing to achieve maximum SharePoint performance, visit the PART for SharePoint page on Razorleaf.com to learn more and to try the Lite version for free: http://www.Razorleaf.com/PART-for-SharePoint/.

About Razorleaf
Razorleaf is a consulting services provider that helps companies become market leaders through the measured application of technology and best practices to existing business processes. Razorleaf specializes in process analysis, implementation, training and support of enterprise technologies including Design Automation, Enterprise Portal, Product Data Management, and Product Lifecycle Management solutions. Razorleaf is privately held with headquarters in Stow, Ohio. For additional information, visit http://www.razorleaf.com.

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Contact

  • Jonathan Scott
    Razorleaf
    +1 (330) 676-0022 Ext: 7133
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Press Release for PART for SharePoint