Here at Elements, we spend a good portion of our time talking to partners and walking them through our interface. We did a video a while back to walk-through the interface but we also realize not everyone likes that format – and thus we figured it would be good to put together a quick summary of the solution on our blog. And here we are! We’ve come a long way in a short period of time, now supporting SharePoint, Exchange and File share migration into O365.
The solution is built to operate in 3 steps – the pre-migration report, the migration itself and the status monitoring. The purpose of the premigration report is to identify potential issues before they happen. The interface of our Pre-Migration Analysis module can help generate visual reports of your source environments with information architecture, workflow, page layout, user information etc., as you can see below. If you click that nifty little button ‘Export Detailed Report’ you’re given an export of a far more detailed report identifying on-prem customizations that won’t carry over to O365, and info on features, solutions, workflows, web parts, info paths, unsupported features… You get the picture – we got you covered.
In your next step, we have a drag and drop interface to easily migrate in real time, or by scheduling migration jobs, without interrupting any of your normal business operations. We’ve templatized our migration based on our experience through-out the years migrating, but if you’d like to customize your job there’s obviously a variety of policy settings, you can configure like filters, user mapping, conflict resolution, etc.
That final step is to monitor the migration and pre-migration job status. This will allow you to zone in on any exceptions or failures and help provide deep insights into your migration jobs.
Powered by AvePoint, Microsoft Cloud expert, FLY can help you quickly and easily perform migrations from SharePoint 2010/2013, SharePoint Online, and File Share to SharePoint Online, or migrate Exchange mailboxes from Exchange on-premises to Exchange Online.
For additional details and to see FLY in action, check out the demo video.