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Service Level Agreement (SLA) profiles

Service level agreement (SLA) profiles allow defining objectives regarding quality of service. For example, they can be used to check that the average response time for a request does not exceed a given value.

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Definition

Service Level Agreements

Service Level Agreement scope

Threshold

Service Level Agreement profile manager

Apply a Service Level Agreement profile

See Also

Design

Record a test scenario

Update recorded content

Open a NeoLoad project

Servers

Authentication

User Paths

Web pages

Requests

Logical actions

Advanced actions

Frameworks

Push frameworks

Shared Containers

Populations

Variables

Search and Replace

Flags

Import and export a project

Export a project for NeoSense

Design collaborative projects

Check the sanity of a project at design time

Definition

An SLA profile is a set or collection of SLAs. SLA profiles may be linked to the following elements:

An SLA profile may be linked to several elements. An element may only use a single SLA profile.