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SLA
Posted by Ran Hartal | 2018-05-05 10:26:33
Posted by Ran Hartal
2018-05-05 10:26:33

SLA (service-level agreement) in Allprobe terminology are quality, availability, response sensitivity checks. We track SLA ּּStatistics and Averages on any configured PING / ICMP, PORT (TCP / partial UDP port checks) or HTTP (website) check. When you add monitoring(probe types PING or PORT) to a host/resource, additionally to the checks made, the system will also accumulate and calculate statistics on the quality, availability, response sensitivity of those checks and will alert on any SLA issues by notification on UI or email report.

 

 

 

SLA
Posted by Ran Hartal | 2018-05-05 10:26:33
Posted by Ran Hartal
2018-05-05 10:26:33

SLA (service-level agreement) in Allprobe terminology are quality, availability, response sensitivity checks. We track SLA ּּStatistics and Averages on any configured PING / ICMP, PORT (TCP / partial UDP port checks) or HTTP (website) check. When you add monitoring(probe types PING or PORT) to a host/resource, additionally to the checks made, the system will also accumulate and calculate statistics on the quality, availability, response sensitivity of those checks and will alert on any SLA issues by notification on UI or email report.

 

 

 

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SLA
Posted by Ran Hartal | 2018-05-05 10:26:33
Posted by Ran Hartal
2018-05-05 10:26:33

SLA (service-level agreement) in Allprobe terminology are quality, availability, response sensitivity checks. We track SLA ּּStatistics and Averages on any configured PING / ICMP, PORT (TCP / partial UDP port checks) or HTTP (website) check. When you add monitoring(probe types PING or PORT) to a host/resource, additionally to the checks made, the system will also accumulate and calculate statistics on the quality, availability, response sensitivity of those checks and will alert on any SLA issues by notification on UI or email report.