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Configure and Monitor Application Quality of Experience

 

Application Quality of Experience (AppQoE) improves the user experience by constantly monitoring the class of service (CoS) parameters and service-level agreement (SLA) compliance of the available WAN links, ensuring that the application data is sent over the most SLA-compliant link. For more information, see Application Quality of Experience Overview.

As an SP administrator user, to configure and monitor AppQoE in Administration Portal:

  1. Review the Predefined Application Traffic Type Profiles and enable the required profiles. You can also modify the default profiles or add new profiles. Note

    This step is applicable only for on-premise version of Contrail Service Orchestration (CSO).

  2. Add a tenant with SD-WAN service. For more information, see Adding a Single Tenant.
  3. Add an SLA-based steering profile or a path-based steering profile and associate an application traffic type profile with the added steering profile. For more information, see Adding SLA-Based Steering Profiles or Adding Path-Based Steering Profiles.
  4. Change the scope to the tenant you added previously.
  5. Add an SD-WAN policy intent that references to the steering profile you added previously. For more information, see Creating SD-WAN Policy Intents in the Customer Portal User Guide.Note

    Before you deploy an SD-WAN policy, ensure that you have added one or more SD-WAN sites. For more information, see About the Sites page in Customer Portal User Guide.

  6. Deploy the SD-WAN policy intent on one or more SD-WAN sites to deploy AppQoE. For more information, see Deploying Policies in Customer Portal User Guide.
  7. View the SLA performance details of all the sites in the tenant on the Application SLA Performance page (Monitor > Application SLA Performance). For more information, see About the SLA Performance of a Single Tenant Page in Customer Portal User Guide.Note

    As an SP administrator user, you can view the SLA performance details of all tenants on the Tenants SLA Performance page (Monitor > Tenants SLA Performance). For more information, see Monitoring Application-Level SLA Performance for Secure SD-WAN-Advanced.