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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

More on Live @ Edu vs. On-Premises Exchange Speed Differential

Live@EDU

On-Premises

Object Count

7675

7585

Total Time (seconds)

4193.25

597.01

Total Time (minutes)

69.89

9.95

Average Insertion time

0.55

0.08

Mode

0.41

0.05

Median

0.44

0.05

Max

9.29

3.5

Min

0.10

0.03


So our latest tests on inserting calendar items into Live@Edu vs. inserting into on-premises Exchange gives us a 7:1 time ratio.
That is: it is currently about seven times faster to migrate calendar data into your own Exchange server than it is to migrate it to Live@Edu. We've seen the same data set go far longer, but this is a good estimate to use in your planning purposes. Also yesterday another real-world site reported a figure similar to the one we found.
Just so you know.

1 comment:

zyg said...

January 6, 2015: Aside from the fact that Live@EDU does not exist anymore, this post has gotten a lot of readers very suddenly. We've figured out how to dramatically speed the insertion process into Office 365.