SLA (Service Level Agreement)

SLA (Service Level Agreement) is a contractual agreement between a service provider and its customers, outlining the agreed-upon level of service that will be provided. It sets expectations for the services’ performance, availability, and maintenance.

  • SLA: SLAs define the scope of services, including the specific metrics and targets that will be measured.
    – They establish the agreed-upon uptime percentage, response times, and resolution times for incidents or service requests.
  • SLAs outline the consequences for not meeting the defined metrics, such as financial penalties or service credits.
  • They provide a framework for communication, escalation, and reporting, ensuring transparency and accountability.
  • SLAs also serve as a reference for both parties to understand their responsibilities and obligations in the service agreement.
  • Regular monitoring and reporting are crucial to ensure compliance with the SLA and identify areas for improvement.
  • Lastly, SLAs should be reviewed and revised periodically to align with evolving business needs and address any gaps or changing requirements.

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