Thursday Feb 27, 2014

Evaluating and Meeting SLAs - Performance Requirement Guidelines

Implementations typically need to establish performance goals that the system will need to meet.  At times these goals come from customer requirements in the form of Service Level Agreements (SLA).  When establishing performance goals, we use a set of “default” performance requirements, and any change from that (higher or lower) is an exception, usually based on the weight or complexity of the transaction.  Forms Validations and Posting is an example of an exception.  The implementation team will have to be careful about applying the general rules to everything.   

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