Service Level Objectives

Service Level Objectives (SLOs) match monitored objects with service-level goals, such as availability or performance metrics. For example, an OpsMgr administrator might want to define a Service Level Tracking for the Exchange Server 2010 Service. This is a distributed application created by the Exchange Server 2010 management pack that shows the availability of the Exchange Server 2010 messaging system as a holistic service.

In the example, the administrator configures Service Level Tracking (SLT) objectives to define the availability and performance goals for Exchange Server 2010. This includes an Availability Monitor SLO that is based on availability (99.0% uptime) and defines two Collection Rule SLOs that are based ...

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