|Exchange Online performance
At GSX we work with a lot of customers that have moved, are moving,
or plan to move to Office 365.
We help them assess their Office 365 environment before, during and after the migration, as well as make them understand the end-user experience that they really deliver to their end-users.
In one of our “business stories” we mentioned how migrating to the cloud could directly impact the Outlook performance.
In this graph, we compare the timetable between end-user actions performed on Exchange servers and their Office 365 tenant.
Office 365 has been built to enforce capable security and high availability and we can say that it was a huge success.
We deployed a few GSX Robot Users at critical locations, to mimic customer activity, and started to measure the standard end-user experience; action per action as well as critical network metrics to have an idea on their impact on end-user experience.
We operated with two tenants: One in the USA and one in Europe.
We deployed Robot Users in the following locations:
► Three in Philadelphia (USA)
► One in Nice (France)
► One in Bangalore (India)
► One in Boston (USA)
► One in Microsoft Azure Cloud
On each of them, we ran the same tests but applied multiple configurations:
► With or without proxy
To know more about how a Robot User works please read this article:
To know more about to interpret the data we display in PowerBI dashboards please read this article: