Here is a recap of articles I posted in April to my blog at Netcordia:
“Network SLA Methodologies“ discusses the the types of data needed for SLA calculations. It also discusses useful calculation methodologies.
- “Network SLAs – Which One to Use?“ discusses some ways to select your network SLAs.
- “The Network Microscope“ describes my vision of the ultimate network microscope. This tool would tell me who is sending how much of what data on a link.
- “Mean Time to Convince“ offers some ideas about little know components of MTTR. You probably have heard of MTTR – Mean Time to Repair. But you may want to learn about some underlying MTTR components – MTTC, MTTG, and MTTI.