Notes/Domino Best Practices: Master Checklist
The following document is a checklist for Domino Best Practices designed to provide Notes/Domino administrators, application developers. and IT managers with information needed to ensure a successful Notes/Domino environment. Ten major categories are covered, including Performance, Sizing, Administration, Security, Upgrade & Migration, Groups & Directories, DWA, C&S, Transactional Logging, and Testing Applications.
|Domino Best Practices Checklist|
Below is a list of articles that every Notes/Domino application designer, administrator, and IT manager should read, regardless of their responsibilities. In addition, the following links take you to different sections of the checklist depending on your area of interest:
- Click here for the Notes/Domino Performance Best Practices
- Click here for the Notes/Domino Server Sizing Best Practices
- Click here for the Transactional Logging Best Practices
- Click here for the Notes/Domino Administration Best Practices
- Click here for the Calendaring & Scheduling Best Practices
Note: Throughout this checklist, there may be articles that are listed under multiple sections, as they include content that applies to more than one topic.
|developerWorks Notes/Domino Articles||Date Published|
|IBM Domino Documentation
The IBM Domino documentation pages list product documentation, white papers, Redbooks, Redpapers, Redpieces, and additional documentation for supported releases of IBM Domino.
|Upgrading to IBM Notes and Domino 10.x
This upgrade cookbook linked above provides recommended approaches for upgrading to IBM Notes and Domino 10.x. Within the cookbook you'll find best practices, lessons learned, and key information and instructions.
|Defining processes in your Notes/Domino environment
This article explains how you can develop good processes that help ensure reliability and availability in your Lotus Notes and Domino environment -- without turning you into a Borg!
|05 Oct 2004|
|Recommended best practices to backup a Domino environment
This article describes different technologies/strategies which can be used for efficiently backing up a Lotus Domino server and avoiding headaches when you need to restore this data. We provide information on how to define a backup plan which can provide confidence that you can restore your Lotus Domino functions and recover critical data as fast as possible.
|31 Jan 2011|
More support for:
Software version: 6.0, 6.5, 7.0, 8.0, 8.5
Operating system(s): AIX, IBM i, Linux, Solaris, Windows, z/OS
Reference #: 7008523
Modified date: 07 June 2019