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How to set Threshold in SLA

Hi Guys,

 

Could someone please advise me on the below.

 

I know how SLA works.

 

The only thing I have to know is:

a) What is Threshold?

b)"What number should I give  for the Threshold under SLA"?

 

For ex:

1.Go to the Controller

Select New under SLA

Under Measurement>Transaction Response Time>Select Average

Added the Transaction script

Load Values >Greater than or equal to : 50 ;Lessthan : 50(automatically pops up after entered 50 in Greater than or equal to field)

Thresholds >Under Running Vusers> <50 and >=50 (see the attached screenshot)

   What number should I enter here?

 

Thanks,

-Raj

 

 

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Re: How to set Threshold in SLA

Thresholds are nothing but the maximum wait points.

Set maximum thresholds for each transaction that you are evaluating.

If you defined load criteria in the previous step, you set thresholds for each transaction per the defined load value ranges.

If you did not define load criteria, you set a single threshold for each transaction.

Enter the relevant thresholds (per load criteria, if defined) .

 

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Better approach Dev team  or Bussienss team to defined it.

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Re: How to set Threshold in SLA

Thanks Satish!

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