It has been almost three months since we launched our free SharePoint administration tool, SPDocKit Pulse. So we’ve decided to show you some interesting facts and stats about its users and their SharePoint environments.
For those of you still not familiar with it, or to refresh your memory, let’s quickly go through its capabilities. SPDocKit Pulse can autodiscover all your SharePoint farms and servers within each farm. It will show you the SharePoint version installed, server roles, config databases associated with a particular farm, and the most important performance counters in real time. You can also easily export this information in an Excel file and filter your data.
SPDocKit Pulse Facts & Stats
We are happy to see more than 300 users of SPDocKit’s baby brother. It has been used all over the world in more than 30 countries, as you can see on the infographic below.
You can see some interesting stats on the SharePoint environments too. As you can see on the graphs below, most users have 1 SharePoint farm (49%), but the maximum number of farms that SPDocKit Pulse detected was 57! When speaking of servers it also detected maximum of 122 servers in total. An average number of servers per farm was one to four, only 15% of detected farms had 5 and more servers.
We hope that you found SPDocKit Pulse useful, and for those who still haven’t tried it, it is available at pulse.spdockit.com. Try it yourself – it’s completely free!