Infrastructure checklist for very large workspaces

Use this table as a checklist to understanding the infrastructure of working with very large workspaces.

Item Done
Understand scaling for number of users. See Scaling for number of users.  
Ensure you're able to quickly scale web servers. See Web servers.  
Create separate application pools. See Application pools.  
Dedicate a web server to the very large workspace. See Download handlers.  
If needed, set up load balancing. See Load balancing.  
Create a Terminal server.  
Ensure you're able to scale the SQL Server appropriately. See SQL recommendations.  
Attend training to understand Relativity best practices. See Training.  
Follow best practices for creating fields. See Adding fields.  
Understand scaling for document count. See Scaling for document count.  
Follow loading best practices.  
Follow best practices for creating folders. See Folders.  
Follow layout best practices. See Layouts.  
If possible, license for SQL Enterprise Edition. See SQL recommendations.  
Ensure maintenance plans are set up correctly. See Maintenance plans.  
Review the indexes on SQL tables; delete unnecessary ones. See Index strategy.  
Understand scaling for database size. See Scaling for database size.  
Understand the tipping point. See Tipping point.  
Scale RAM and disk IO comparably to database size. See Web servers.  
Manage the Audit record table. See Audit record management.  
Follow SQL recommendations for large tables. See SQL recommendations.  
Ensure you are not making any mistakes. See Common mistakes.  
Ensure SQL data is living on the fastest disks. See Disks.  
Ensure disk latency is tested and monitored on servers running Relativity. See SQL Latency.  
Understand workflow investigation of searching and subsequent load. See Workflow and searching.  
Follow searching best practices. See Keyword search (full-text index).  
Follow Analytics best practices. See Analytics .