Exploring the Move Report Data of Hybrid Migration

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Cloud Migration: Digging Into Hybrid Migration Move Report Data
A Guide for Cloud Architects
As a cloud architect, you know that a successful migration to the cloud means understanding the data and making informed decisions. To assist you in the process, Exchange Online provides a Hybrid Migration Move Report. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to interpret the data in the report and use it to make successful cloud migrations.

What is the Hybrid Migration Move Report?
The Hybrid Migration Move Report is a feature of Exchange Online that provides a detailed view of the migration process. It’s generated after a hybrid migration is completed, and it provides a comprehensive view of the data moved from on-premises to the cloud. The report includes the following information:

* Migration start and end dates
* Mailboxes moved
* Mailboxes with errors
* Mailboxes skipped
* Number of items moved
* Mailbox size

The Hybrid Migration Move Report also includes additional details such as mailbox names, mailbox IDs, and errors. This information can be used to troubleshoot any issues that may arise during a migration.

How to Interpret the Data in the Hybrid Migration Move Report
The Hybrid Migration Move Report provides valuable information that you can use to understand the progress of a migration. To interpret the data in the report, you can use the following steps:

1. Check the Start and End Date: The start and end date for the migration should be listed in the report. This information is important because it can help you determine how long the entire migration process took.
2. Check the Number of Mailboxes Moved: The report should also list the number of mailboxes that were successfully migrated. This is important because it allows you to see how many mailboxes were successfully moved during the migration process.
3. Check the Number of Mailboxes With Errors: The report should also list the number of mailboxes that had errors. This can be used to troubleshoot issues that may have occurred during the migration process.
4. Check the Number of Mailboxes Skipped: The report should also list the number of mailboxes that were skipped during the migration process. This can be used to identify any mailboxes that may need to be migrated manually.
5. Check the Number of Items Moved: The report should also list the number of items that were successfully migrated. This is important because it allows you to see how many items were successfully moved during the migration process.
6. Check the Mailbox Size: The report should also list the size of the mailboxes that were migrated. This is important because it allows you to determine the amount of storage that was used during the migration process.

Using the Report to Make Informed Decisions
The Hybrid Migration Move Report is a valuable tool for cloud architects. It can provide valuable insights into the progress of a migration and help you make informed decisions. By using the data in the report, you can troubleshoot any issues that may arise during a migration and ensure that the process is successful.
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Digging Into Hybrid Migration Move Report Data