A service level agreement (SLA) is a formal document between a service provider and the user. It does not define how the service will be delivered but rather provides a measurable framework for the provision of that service. Some metrics that are used to define the SLA might include the mean time between failures, an agreed accepted level of downtime across an agreed time frame, support response and resolution times.
Customers are frustrated when their expectations are not met, whether or not these expectations are realistic. A comprehensive SLA effectively manages these expectations by communicating the abilities of the service provider.Customers don't usually want to understand how your service works. What they want to know is how it will affect them. The SLA, therefore, describes the issues that are likely to arise, what the immediate response will be and how the matter can be resolved if the response is not satisfactory.
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