The backbone or Internet back is a computer network that is the center of a broadband network. It is the part of the telecommunications networks that supports the largest traffic. It is not uncommon for these Internet service providers to voluntarily offer their SDs to show businesses the quality of the services offered. However, the 1996 U.S. Telecommunications Act does not explicitly contain a specific, but more abstract, model that highlights reflections on the definition of enterprise-to-enterprise agreements or contracts. Sections 251 and 252 state, for example, that the obligation to negotiate in good faith matters such as resale or partial or total access is imperative for this type of business. The Service Level-Deal (SLA) is a document that defines the quality of service required between a service provider and a customer. In other words, these are clauses based on a contract that defines the specific objectives expected and the amount of service a client wants to the provider and determines responsibilities. FCR (first-call resolution, sign solution to the first call): This is the percentage of incoming calls that can be resolved without using a reminder or without the caller recalling the after-sales service to finalize the settlement of the case. TSF (Time Service factor): This is the percentage of calls that will be answered within a specified time frame. Cloud computing is one of the new forms of data processing or storage of the 21st century. This process refers to the use of computing power or storage of remote computer servers via a network, usually via the Internet. These highly flexible servers are then rented according to their needs at the request of customers.
You can either manage the assigned server yourself, or, if the client is not in possession of the knowledge required by its services, use only remote applications. According to the Definition of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), cloud computing is access to common computing resources that can be configured via an on-demand and self-service telecommunications network. It is therefore a relocation of the IT infrastructure. Due to the importance of quality assessment and the increase in cloud computing services, S ALS is spreading through information clouds. The S ALS must set one or more pre-defined performance targets to ensure that the QoS (or quality of service) delivered meets consumer expectations. Measuring, monitoring and reporting cloud performance is based on the ability to consume resources. One of the main drawbacks of cloud computing in implementing S ALS commitments is the difficulty in determining the cause of service disruptions due to environmental offshoring and perhaps its increasing complexity.