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what is the difference b/n SLA and Goal oriented scenario ..?

what is the difference b/n SLA and Goal oriented scenario ..? Where we prefer these one's..? 

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Re: what is the difference b/n SLA and Goal oriented scenario ..?

Hi Giri

 

Goal Oriented scenario is one type of load test scenario in controller.

Goal Oriented scenario is used for creating the scenario based on the customer expected objectives.

For example: if the customer wants to achieve the 100 hits per second with variable number of users like minimum number of users 50 and maximum number of users 150. Then you may need to select the type of load test as goal oriented.

Normally the goal oriented scenario should be executed for long durations to achieve the customer goals or objectives.

 

Service level agreements (SLAs) enable you to define goals for your load test scenario.
During a scenario run, the Controller measures the performance and collects data.Analysis compares this data against thresholds defined in the SLAs.

 

Thanks

Satish

 

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Re: what is the difference b/n SLA and Goal oriented scenario ..?

Goal Oriented scenarios are preferred when you need to perform a specific test with some test target or goal of throughput, response time, vusers etc and i agree with Satish as well. If you are performing a test under Goal Oriented scenario there will not be any control in your hands as the tool will define all the scenario options in order to achieve the goal. SLA is something which you define the goal and it has no control on your load test. It is only to ensure whether your test results met your SLAs or not. Let me know if you still have any questions.

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