NOBL9 provides historical reports to give insights into your service level objectives. These reports show clear data-driven answers to critical questions like, “should we focus on features or technical debt?”

To run a report, navigate to the Reports page. There are several reports included:

  • SLO History (Rolling)—shows the performance of the selected time period of your SLO
  • SLO History (Calendar-Aligned)—shows the performance aligned to calendars for business reporting needs
  • SLO Error Budget Status—shows the percentage of errors in the selected time period
  • Resource Usage Summary—shows the number of resources configured in Nobl9 and the peak usage

To run a report you will need to configure a Filter and with the following fields:

  • Project
  • Service
  • Service Level Objective
  • Labels

SLO report filters

You can adjust the time window to different time periods ranging from 7 days to 1 year and specify the time zone you prefer.


The SLO History Reports will look like the following:
SLO history reports

The SLO Error Budget Status will provide a list of SLOs that match your filter.
SLO error budget status

You can select the SLO to get a Detailed Error Budget Report showing the Service Level Indicator, the Reliability Burn Down, and the Error Budget Burn Rate. You can highlight a section of the graph to zoom in.

SLO history reports

The Resource Usage Summary shows the resources that are being used in your NOBL9 instance and the peak usage.

SLO resource usage summary

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