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Application pools can be seen as virtual containers, in which one or a group of Internet Information Services (IIS) web sites are running isolated from each other, with their own worker process (or processes) Each time you create a new Web application from Central Administration, SharePoint will allow you to create a new application pool All Web applications and service applications can have their own application pool for isolation, but you also can share application pools between Web applications and service applications if needed NOTE In the design phase of your implementation, you should plan for application pools and how to consolidate and isolate your Web applications Since each SharePoint environment is unique, it s difficult to give a general rule or guidance in how or when you should consolidate or isolate However, if you have Web applications with a lot of homegrown custom code, you should probably think of isolating those within their own application pools to mitigate the risk of security flaws or memory leaks bringing down your entire SharePoint environment
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A Web application is a configuration object defined by SharePoint and mapped onto one or more IIS virtual servers They are created from Central Administration or by script, through STSADM or PowerShell ( 10 discusses managing Web applications with PowerShell) With SharePoint 2010, we still have, as in its predecessor, the possibility to extend each Web application up to four times Each time you extend a Web application, a new IIS Web site is created, and the Web application will be associated with a new zone All zones, and thereby the corresponding virtual servers, are always pointing to the Web application that was originally created This gives you the option to have different security settings, and even a different look and feel, for the same content, since you are able to use different authentication providers in different zones NOTE Zones are a way to have different logical paths to access the same Web application For example, you may use zones in an intranet/extranet scenario, where you want to use Windows Integrated security when working on the company network and Forms-based authentication when accessing the content from the Internet In addition to being able to use different authentication providers in your zones, you also have the option to set a security policy for the Web application You can then allow or deny security rights for specific users or groups, depending on from which zone they are accessing the Web application For example, you might want to allow a service account like the crawl account to have access to all content, or you may want to limit the access for partners or vendors accessing your Web application through the extranet zone A policy for Web applications overrules all security settings at the site collection level
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Content databases are where all content for a Web application is stored Each Web application can have multiple content databases to be able to provide scalability when the amount of content increases When you first create a Web application, you will need to specify a content database to use If the content database does not exist in the specified database server, SharePoint will create a content database for you Content databases can then be managed from Central Administration, as shown in Figure 1-11, or by using PowerShell
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Content database management in Central Administration
When creating new content databases, you will need to specify how many sites should be allowed in the database and at what number of sites the warning level should be You can have different content databases located on different SQL Server servers This could be applicable in environments where you have a different service level agreement (SLA) for some sites and the requirement for the recovery time objective (RTO) makes it necessary to put content databases on a different SQL Server instance where you have more frequent backups and faster recovery tools When using SharePoint 2010 to store large binary files, you should consider using the new Remote Blob Storage (RBS) feature to minimize the size of your content databases With RBS, you are able to store files outside your content databases, on local disks attached to the SQL Server server For end users, there is no difference in how they work and interact with their files, as this will be handled automatically in the back end In 20, we will look more at how to manage content databases and setting up RBS
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