SLA reporting has been designed to give you a short, simple but effective document that can give you the desired performance information. These reports are ideal for reporting on any service level agreements, as well as helping you understand how your infrastructure is performing over time.
This section tells you how to generate these reports from the historical data gathered by Login PI during its operational processes (per day/month).
To create a new report, go to "Reporting" in the Login PI 3 web interface and open the "SLA Report" button. Click the Add new report button to start the SLA report setup.
Next, fill in the Name, Evironment, Schedule interval (Daily or Monthly), Email Notification and if preferred the Description of the report.
The Email Notification function consists of 2 options. You can Enable it, and configure an alternate email adress then what you might have configured in the Email Settings of Login PI 3. If left empty but enabled the default email adress located in the Email Settings of Login PI 3 is chosen.
As expected the Email Configuration must be configured in order for the automatic SLA email to work.
Once the previous settings are saved you are able to add measurements and thresholds to the SLA report. This is completely customize-able to fit your needs. To add a measurement threshold click the "Add new threshold" button in the upper right corner.
The "Add new threshold" function looks like this. You can configure which application, which measurement of said application and of course the time limit of that needs to be reported in the SLA report. All measurements that go over this limit will be reported in the SLA report.
Once configured the SLA report overview will look something like this:
Please note that reports will not be generated immediately. If you have set the schedule to daily, you will see your first report after a day. The monthly report will be generated in a month time.
Once reports are generated, you can press the adobe button on the right to save the report to PDF. Opened reports look something like this;