Anonymous Search Results Cache is a great way of optimizing the performance of your public-facing website that uses search-driven publishing. Unfortunately things look a little less optimistic when combined with User Segments.
Next Saturday, on June 29, I will be presenting on the SharePoint Saturday Holland 2013.
The ability of defining user- and search engines-friendly URLs for content published from Catalogs in SharePoint 2013 is a great advantage from the web content publishing perspective. There is however one thing that you have to take into account for the URL rewriting for Catalog Items to work.
Enabling the Anonymous search results cache can help you improve the performance of your SharePoint 2013 public-facing website using the search-driven publishing model. So how do you ensure that your website is using the Anonymous search results cache?
One of the improved capabilities of SharePoint 2013 is embedding widgets in rich content. And while it seems to just work at the first glance, it can be very inconvenient in certain scenarios.