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Dynamics CRM Benchmark Service

Dynamics CRM Benchmark Service

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Another one of the services that our team offers is the Dynamics CRM Benchmark Service.  This service takes advantage of the Performance Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and is recommended for customers wishing to systematically test how their hardware and customized CRM solution will perform given expected system loads.  The service provides suggested performance optimizations and detailed data on the impact of those changes on your data to ensure business goals are met.

The Microsoft Premier Field Engineering team created the Microsoft Dynamics® Benchmark Service to help customers make informed decisions about the correct hardware and infrastructure to deploy before installing Microsoft Dynamics. This service will also help evaluate how well the application performs using unique business specific requirements and data. It is designed so customers can concentrate on the elements most important to them, but also provides best practices for deployment of Microsoft Dynamics. Each recommendation is supported with hands-on, scenario-driven testing and field experience, illustrating the techniques which should be deployed at a Microsoft Dynamics customer site.

For more information on this service, take a listen to the podcast linked below where PFE’s Brian Bakke and Ryan Anderson discuss the service.  In addition, the video below also provides more information on the service.  Finally, contact us at pfedynamics@microsoft.com for more information.

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Microsoft Dynamics PFE CRM Benchmark Service

 

Ryan Anderson

Microsoft Premier Field Engineer

  • Is this a product which can be installed on server/client and will give some sort of performance matrix? (The video/radio links are blocked here)

  • Hi Arvind -

    Yes, the tool is installed on a client machine to simulate Dynamics CRM workloads - feel free to contact me for more information.

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