Welcome back to the office. 3 65 Migration primer. Course I'm your structure, Jim dangles.
We're on model for exchange online.
Less than five Hybrid migration.
Today's lesson. We're going to cover what a harbor migration is
and what scenarios is a hybrid migration recommended.
So hybrid moderation is a gradual moderation of mailboxes.
Remember, express was short time. It was quick to the point hybrid. You spread it out. Over time,
you maintain both one premise and exchange online environments.
One premise. You have to have a change 2010 plus,
and it's recommended 450 to 2000 plus mailboxes.
Synchronization is provided with as your 80 connect
pre RECs for Harvard.
Initially, you're either discover has a point on premise.
Yes, all exchange services to a certificate from a trusted public. See A.
You can use a local self sign. Sir has to be a trusted public. See it
you need to have dot net 4.6 point two or above,
and your mailbox replication proxy service has to be enabled. That's M. R s proxy so mel boxes can be moved in either direction.
You can move the mailbox from on premise exchange to exchange along. And you can also take that Mel bossing Yank it back. Now on premise
Harvard has total flexibility with your mailboxes and your meddling Barnes
mailboxes created an exchange online. Can be men is in exchange alarm
mailboxes migrated to exchange. Alon created one premise exchange has some attributes managed and change along, But the majority is still managed in the on premise exchange control panel.
So you create a mailbox or you migrated mailbox that starts one for him,
and it ends up in exchange along
the majority of that mailbox is still gonna be managed.
A second look at a screen share so we can see the migration process more closely.
So we're gonna move a mailbox from imprints. Changes have changed on
quickly migrate to exchange online.
We're going to a remote move. Migration.
Now we can go in and select the user. We want to move, which is Christopher. In this case,
we're gonna have, um,
for the migration important that was already set up with your mailbox replication service.
So your domain already being there because you've established a in point,
we're give the batch of name
we're going to say was getting sinking. Now start the batch and complete batch.
Another feature of hybrid migration is a shared free busy. You want your one premise exchange online users to be able to see each other's Calendar Information
Federation Trust has to be established within Azure A D authentication system.
The organizational relationships are defined in the hybrid configuration wizard.
So as you lost the Haider configuration wizard, you can actually configure
the shared and free busy information
with the express route. Who in minimal with the harbored you will do for water?
Some organizations up for a permanent Harvard situation?
They do this for many reasons.
Some of them include a 1.1 premise relay server.
If you don't wanna have to bother with some of the exchange online nuances for relay gnmill,
you also can have a own premise environment for volunteers or interns. Not having to consume a office 3 65 of license.
But they'll still have toe had an exchange on Prem lessons,
and the flexibility to utilize features of both environments is needed.
May be your best of both worlds. Where can kind of pick and choose what features and what set up works best for you. If that's the case, that permanent hybrid might be a good solution.
A self signed certificate can be installed in exchange services for a Harvard deployment.
The correct answer is false. It must be from a trusted public. See, a
self sign will not work for a hybrid deployment.
So to recap the harbor migration,
you can have both on premise and exchange Online environments operating simultaneously.
You can migrate and move mill bosses in both directions.
There is no set timetable for migration completion.
Some organisations remain in Khyber status indefinitely
like to thank you for taking time to join me in this module.
And I hope to see you for the next one When we cover, I'm at migration. Thank you.