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Baselining is a method for analyzing computer network performance. The method is marked by comparing current performance to a historical metric, or "baseline". For example, if you measured the performance of a network switch over a period of time, you could use that performance figure as a comparative baseline if you made a configuration change to the switch.
Baselining is useful for many performance management tasks, including:
- Monitoring daily network performance
- Measuring trends in network performance
- Assessing whether network performance is meeting requirements laid out in a service agreement
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