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Understanding different values in SLA calculation methods

Privva-2
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Understanding different values in SLA calculation methods

hello forum,

 

I need to understanding the different values used in SLA calculation.

 

In the same report with the same calendar and the same CIs,

 

"SLAs Summary - Service" has 99,002% of system availability in the 15*7 calendar .

 

In System Availability Service Level Over Time, there are always values larger then 99,880%.

 

Is should not be possible for the month value to be lower than 99,880 ??

 

Or should it. I'm thankful for explanation.

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Asaf Shechter
HPE Expert

Re: Understanding different values in SLA calculation methods

your question is not clear. please add screenshots if you can.

Privva-2
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Understanding different values in SLA calculation methods

thanks, i'm adding screenshots. it show the values

Asaf Shechter
HPE Expert

Re: Understanding different values in SLA calculation methods

please note that in SLM each tracking period is calculated individually, so "day" and "month" are calculated by themself so "month" for example is not the average of the "days" of the month.

in your case I see that you are missing 1 day of data. it is not clear if you had downtime at that day or something else. this can be the cause for the gap in results.

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Privva-2
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Understanding different values in SLA calculation methods

thanks asaf- i think I understand your comment but I no agreement:)


it's not allowed for us to have a report in which is reported with  SLA of 99% aggragated and which all days has values > 99,8.


My opinion, the medium value msut be > 99,8


thanks for your opinion

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