Set Load Criteria Page

This wizard page enables you to select load criteria to take into account when testing your goal.

Important information
  • General information about this wizard is available here: Service Level Agreement Wizard.

  • This page is displayed only when defining an SLA that determines SLA statuses per time interval over a timeline.

  • In the next wizard step (Set Threshold Values page), you will set different thresholds per each of the load ranges that you select here.

Wizard map - Goal measured per time interval

The Service Level Agreement Wizard contains:

Welcome > Select a Measurement Page > (Select Transactions Page) > Set Load Criteria Page > Set Threshold Values Page (Goal Per Time Interval)

See also

Service Level Agreements Overview

User interface elements are described below:

UI Element Description
Load Criteria

The relevant load criteria that you want to use

Example: If you want to see the impact of running Vusers on the measurement, select Running Vusers.

To define an SLA without load criteria, select None.

Load Values

Valid load value ranges are consecutive—there are no gaps in the range—and span all values from zero to infinity.

  • Less than. Enter the upper value for the lower range of values for the load criteria.

    The lower range is between 0 and the value you entered. It does not include the upper value.

    Example: If you enter 5, the lower range of values for the load criteria is between 0 and 5, but does not include 5.

  • Between. The in-between range of values for the load criteria. Enter lower and upper values for this range. The lower range is included in this range; it does not include the upper value.

    Example: If you enter 5 and 10, the in-between range of values for the load criteria is from 5 and up to, but not including, 10.

    Note: You can set up to three in-between ranges.

  • Greater than. Enter the lower value for the upper range of values for the load criteria.

    The upper range includes values from the value you entered and on.

    Example: If you enter 10, the upper range of values for the load criteria is from 10 and on.

Selected Measurement

The measurement selected for the goal.

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