Hybrid Migration: Leveraging Move Report Data for Better Insights
As more organizations move their mailboxes to the cloud, hybrid migrations are becoming increasingly popular. Hybrid migrations not only provide a smooth transition to the cloud, they also enable organizations to maintain on-premise servers while taking advantage of the cloud’s scalability and cost efficiency. However, managing a hybrid migration can be a complex process and organizations often struggle to gain insights into the migration process and ensure that their migrations are running smoothly.
Fortunately, Exchange Online offers the Move Report cmdlet, which provides detailed information about the migration process. This blog post will explore the Move Report cmdlet and discuss how organizations can leverage its data to gain insight into the migration process and identify potential issues.
What is the Move Report Cmdlet?
The Move Report cmdlet is a PowerShell cmdlet that provides detailed information about the migration process. It can be used to view information about the status of the migration, the mailbox migration batches that have been created, and the mailboxes that have been migrated. Additionally, the Move Report cmdlet can be used to view detailed information about each mailbox, such as the migrated mailbox’s size, the number of items migrated, and the migration speed.
Using the Move Report Cmdlet
To view the Move Report data, you can use the Get-MigrationReport cmdlet. This cmdlet will return a list of all the batches that have been created for the migration and the respective number of mailboxes that have been migrated in each batch. Additionally, you can use the Get-MigrationReport cmdlet to view detailed information about each migrated mailbox, such as the mailbox’s size, the number of items migrated, and the migration speed.
Interpreting the Move Report Data
The Move Report cmdlet provides a wealth of information that can be used to gain insight into the migration process. By examining the data returned by the Get-MigrationReport cmdlet, organizations can identify the mailboxes that are taking the longest to migrate and the mailboxes that are taking the most resources to migrate. This can be used to identify potential issues with the migration process and take corrective action as needed. Additionally, organizations can use the Move Report data to track the progress of the migration and ensure that the migration is running smoothly.
The Move Report cmdlet is a powerful tool that can be used to gain insight into the migration process and identify potential issues. By leveraging the data provided by the Move Report cmdlet, organizations can ensure that their migrations are running smoothly and track the progress of the migration.
Digging Into Hybrid Migration Move Report Data