Revit's platform team has compiled a document called:
It is available, at least, via the Subscription Center. You'll have to log in to gain access to it there.
I'll mention one specific item in this post for now:
Attempt to keep project team workstation specifications equivalent. A dramatically weaker machine specification used by a single team member can reduce overall project performance.
Moral of the story, don't let support staff access the model with their mid 90's era pc's (exaggeration perhaps) to enter data into schedule for example.
This isn't in the document, I'll add it here, the above reminded me of it:
When Saving to Central (STC) stay until it finishes succesfully. If it fails, any error message that might occur will need to be resolved. If you have wandered away or are in a meeting this error message will very likely prevent others from using STC successfully.
I've posted a copy of the document HERE assuming that Autodesk wouldn't object to any Revit user having it regardless of subscription status. It is possible that they might ask me to remove it however. If so it will be removed.