The Summary table will describe your on-premises infrastructure: total number of virtual machines, total allocated vCPU cores, total vCPU usage, total allocated memory, total memory usage, total allocated VM storage and total used storage resources.
The Required Infrastructure output for Azure table will show the list of Azure Cloud VM profiles. For each profile, the report will provide recommendations on the number of VMs that you will need to deploy in the cloud to run your applications and workloads. In this example, the report shows that you will need 7 Basic_A0 and 10 Basic_A2 virtual machines in the Azure Cloud to support your workloads that are currently running on the selected host.
You can click a VM profile in the Required Infrastructure output for Azure table to drill down to the profile description.
You can click a number in the Required Infrastructure output for Azure table to drill down to the list of VMs that matches the profile and check the performance data for these VMs.
You can click a VM profile in the Azure VM Sizes Reference table to view Microsoft online documentation on Virtual Machine and Cloud Service Sizes for Azure.