What is OpenSLO?

OpenSLO is the industry-standard SLO specification. It is designed to simplify making SLOs accessible to modern developer Git workflow using a simple YAML specification, and to provide a common interface for widespread integration with the full ecosystem of cloud infrastructure, application monitoring, and performance tooling.

The process of defining service-level objectives is getting more standardized with the availability of the OpenSLO 1.0 standard. As an open source project under the Apache 2 (APLv2) license, the project welcomes contributions from the site reliability engineering ecosystem. Nobl9 is one of the project’s founding members.

Check out the OpenSLO standard and see how it makes implementing SLOs easier.

 Interview with OpenSLO contributor Ian Bartholemew on the genesis and governance of the OpenSLO project


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