300GB Test3 Migration Results via SharePoint Online High Speed Migration (Small Files and Parallel Jobs)

300GB Test3 Migration Results via SharePoint Online High Speed Migration (Small Files and Parallel Jobs)

Updated Aug 19th: Quick Synopsis 25 hours @ 12.6GB/hr Individual performance tests below, Test 1 – Serial – 300GB of Large (video) files [here] Test 2 – Serial – 300GB of Small (document) files [here] Test 3 – Parallel – 300GB of Small (document) files [this post] The last two tests I ran against the SharePoint Online High Speed Migration service were both Serial jobs, meaning that the files were processed one by one in the single solitary migration package….

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300GB Test2 Migration Results via SharePoint Online High Speed Migration (Small Files)

300GB Test2 Migration Results via SharePoint Online High Speed Migration (Small Files)

Updated Aug 19th: Quick Synopsis 97 hours @ 3.26GB/hr As a followup from my last post regarding the migration speed during a high speed migration, Mikael Svenson (@mikaelsvenson) pointed out the dataset that I was using was comprised of very large video files. He postulated that that smaller files would slow the migration process down during the import. The problem I had with this is I didnt have a good way to generate the test data for a test migration…

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300GB Test Migration Results via SharePoint Online High Speed Migration

300GB Test Migration Results via SharePoint Online High Speed Migration

Updated Aug 19th: Quick Synopsis 40 hours @ 7.3GB/hr After reading up on the newest information on (found here) high speed migration I set out to see what exactly does high speed mean? How much of an improvement will I expect for these migrations over what is currently available? The first thing I had to do was find a large dataset. So like all good SharePoint Nerds, I have been slowly consuming all the Ignite Videos and struck upon the…

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New Information Available on High Speed Migration for SharePoint Online

New Information Available on High Speed Migration for SharePoint Online

Within the last couple days, the content publishing team in charge of the high speed migration materials have published a significant amount of content to TechNet. There is new information now on the PowerShell commands necessary to run the migration jobs and in addition there are two new PowerShell commands you can use to monitor the job status. Get-SPOMigrationJobStatus Get-SPOMigrationJobProgress What is nice is that the team have now created a landing page for all the SharePoint Online Migration Content,…

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Don’t toss your PowerShell results for your high-speed migration

Don’t toss your PowerShell results for your high-speed migration

Updated July 2nd: Recently published information on MSDN does a good job of explaining what the powershell commandlets are doing when they’re submitting the Migration Jobs to the Service provided by Office 365. It also goes into futher detail about the SAS tokens and the required permissions. Find the Article Here: CreateMigrationJob Some users of the High Speed Migration commandlets for Powershell have been complaining that they’re unable to get the final step to work if they toss the results…

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