By Robert Bogue
In 2007, SharePoint began to emerge as a valid development platform. As of this writing in 2010, many people have caught on to the fact that SharePoint is a valid development platform — even if it's not without its difficulties and limitations. That has created more and more solutions that IT professionals were asked to deliver to their SharePoint 2007 farms.
It is, of course, predictable that when the IT professionals were trying to deliver numerous solutions quickly, some of those solutions had performance and stability problems. The end result was that the entire SharePoint 2007 farm's stability and performance were threatened or impacted by as little as one quickly written solution. This has been a problem that IT professionals have been trying ...