We have now gone through the different components within Configuration Manager and what we can do to gain performance. We also had a look at how to identify bottlenecks and how to identify if our solution is set up according to Microsoft best practices. We also looked at how we could gain optimal performance by configuring other components, such as SQL.
Microsoft has done a good job as it has, out of the box, configured to deliver the best performance, and it makes it a lot easier with the latest release of Windows Server and System Center, but there is always room for improvement. Now this was the last chapter and hopefully, this has been a good learning experience for you as it has been for me.