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SLA calculation in SRL is not a trivial process. During a test run, each transaction is executed several time. The number of executions is determined by several parameters, such as: test duration, script, number of virtual users, number of regions, number of emulations, and more. This blog explains the percentile calculation and SLA breaks in SRL.


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Learn how to set up Performance Center integration with InfluxDB, and view performance test run data in the Grafana dashboard.


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