[AusNOG] [AUSNOG] o365 experience

Bill bill at wjw.nz
Tue Jun 19 11:46:48 EST 2018

We used a product called MigrationWiz to migrate our 7000 users. 

The only issue with using a product like that is the rate limit into the tenant. However you can request MS turn it off for a period of time.

We’ve been running with Exchange Online since 2013. There have been occasional network issues, but they are usually short in duration and exacerbated by us being a global organisation with our tenant based in North Central US.

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> On 19/06/2018, at 1:04 PM, Paul Wilkins <paulwilkins369 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd be interested to hear general opinions and lessons learned from o365 migrations. So far as I've seen, the architecture (network and services) is complex, and user experience can never equal local Exchange. 
> So much so it leaves me wondering if the effort of migration can be justified? At the end of the day, you need a performant service, not finger pointing between networks and services, and blaming performance on insufficient network/proxy scale out.
> Kind Regards
> Paul Wilkins
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