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I know this question might be repetitive but i just want to Confirm.
Recently i got one project of Upgrade from CRM 2016 On-premise to 365 Online. If anyone has done the upgrade recently. Check(Image attached) if you also followed the same steps. or provide there Work approach.
On a high level the process looks like this-
1) Fasttrack to perform sanbox migration.
2) Internal team needs to [perform testing and fix any issues with the script, plugin etc.
3) Update all reports.
4) Include all the changes in a solution
5) Once done, Fasttrack to do a UAT/ prod migration.
6) Team to import the solution with the latest changes.
I may be wrong or may have skipped few step but this is my understanding with respect to fastrack team. If you have already invloced a fastrack team, you can get your approach verified with them as well.
Hope this helps.
refer this as well: docs.microsoft.com/.../microsoft-fasttrack-dynamics-365
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