By Nick Cavalancia, Microsoft MVP
over the last few months.
It’s the backbone of many organizations, where conference calls, meetings, collaboration, and sharing all take place. This dependency makes it a critical application, that means its’ users require it to perform well and perform consistently.
For most Microsoft 365 applications, monitoring performance of a service like Exchange Online revolves around focusing on Exchange-related services, logs, etc… But in the case of Teams, ensuring its performance a bit more complex a task – one that may prove to be impossible with native tools.
In this paper, we will:
Find out how to ensure Teams performance when it's OneDrive, SharePoint and Exchange under the hood.