More and more organizations are moving their email workloads to the cloud through the hybrid migration process. This course will cover all of the core considerations for setting up your environment for Office 365 Hybrid Exchange.
If your organization has decided that it is time to move your Office 365 email workloads to the cloud, this course is for you. This course, Setting up an Office 365 Hybrid Environment, will take you on a journey that will cover the core fundamentals required to migrate using a hybrid configuration. You'll start by learning about hybrid concepts and migration types. You'll also cover identity management, the hybrid configuration wizard, public folders, and unique group guidelines. Finally, you'll learn about how you can use archive folders, and monitoring and troubleshoot any problems that may occur. By the end of this course, you'll be able to help your organization make a smooth transition to Hybrid Exchange, increasing email efficiency and accessibility.
Course Overview Hello everyone, my name is Theresa Miller, and welcome to my course, Setting up an Office 365 Hybrid Environment. I am the owner and founder of 24x7itconnection. com. So your organization has decided that it is time to move your Office 365 e-mail workloads to the cloud. What an exciting adventure. We will take you on a journey that will cover the core foundations required to migrate, using a hybrid configuration. In this course, we are going to cover all of the core considerations for setting up your environment for hybrid exchange. Through this course, you will gain a deep understanding of what it takes to move your organizational e-mail to Office 365 through a hybrid configuration. Some of the major topics that we will cover include, the core fundamentals of hybrid concepts, we will also be uncovering the different migration types, design considerations and implementation steps required will also be a core piece of this course. It's important to setting up your hybrid environment. Public folder considerations, also, unique group guidelines, and finally, we will dive into what you need to know about monitoring and troubleshooting your environment with native tool sets. By the end of this course, you will have all of the facts required to move your organization into a successful Hybrid Exchange migration, knowing that all the correct considerations have been made, and understanding the process that is important to your move. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn more about the Hybrid Exchange deployments with the setting up an Office 365 Hybrid Environment course at Pluralsight.