Service Level Agreement Profiles¶
The SLA Profiles page lets you configure, in one place, the Service Level Agreement of the application tested.
- Create several SLA profiles, for instance to deal with transactions that have very different expected response times.
- Apply several criteria inside a single SLA profile, for instance when you need to control response times and error rate.
SLA profiles list¶
The SLA Profile page uses a layout with the list on the left and edition on the right. The list features all the usual possibilities as described in the dedicated section about lists.
|Metric||The metric that this Threshold will apply to. Only raw metrics can be used, calculated metrics like percentiles are not available since they are processed afterwards.|
|Name||Display name for this SLA.|
|Severity||Passed for no SLA triggered, otherwise pick warning or critical depending on severity.|
|From, To||Define the boundaries of this SLA.|
|During||Number of occurrences or Time waited until a failed SLA is reported. Use this to avoid having too many failed SLA reports because of single hits above th|
An SLA profile can contain several Thresholds and every threshold can contain several SLAs. Use this to create a set of rules that corresponds to your application.