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世纪互联在线服务的服务级别协议

发布日期:2014-04-02

最近更新:2016 年 11 月 1 日


1.  简介。

本世纪互联在线服务的服务级别协议(“本服务级别协议”)由世纪互联就您的世纪互联许可协议(“协议”)制定,是协议的一部分。本服务级别协议适用于下列服务:

· Exchange Online

· Exchange Online Protection

· Skype for Business Online(以前称为 Lync Online)

· Office Web Applications

· SharePoint Online

· Power BI Pro

为了达到并维持我们各项服务的服务级别,我们对我们的承诺提供支持。如果我们未达到并维持本服务级别协议中描述的每一服务的服务级别,那么您可能有资格获得对您订购的抵扣。在您订购的初始期限内,我们不会修改您的服务级别协议的条款,但是,如果您续期,那么续期当时的服务级别协议的版本将适用于您的续期。


2.  定义。

“适用的月服务费” 指您在适用服务费抵扣的某个月为一项服务实际支付的总费用。

“故障期” 指如下表格中指明的某一项服务的相关功能在一个月中不可使用的总分钟数,不包括(1) 预先安排的故障期;及(2)由于下述第5(a)条所述的限制导致服务无法使用。


  在线服务

  故障期的情况描述

  Exchange Online

终端用户不能通过 Outlook Web Access 收发邮件的任何时间段。

  Exchange Online Protection

网络不能接收和处理电子邮件信息的任何时间段。

  Office Web Applications

用户不能使用 Web Application 来阅读和编辑储存在他们有权进入的 SharePoint 网站中存储的任何 Office 文件的时间段。

  Skype for Business Online(以前称为 Lync Online)

终端用户不能看到在线状态、进行实时消息对话或者开始在线会议1     的任何时间段。

  SharePoint Online

用户不能读写他们有权进入的 SharePoint 网站集的任何部分的时间段 。

  Power BI Pro

用户无法读取或写入他们具有相应权限的任何部分的 Power BI 数据的任何时间段。

1在线会议功能只适用于 Skype for Business Online Plan 2 Service


“事件”指导致故障期的 (1) 任何单独事件,或 (2) 任何一系列事件。

“预先安排的故障期”指与网络、硬件或服务的维护或升级有关的故障期间。我们将在该故障期开始至少五 (5) 天前发布通知或者通知您。

“服务” 指的是本服务级别协议文首说明的且由您根据协议购买的在线服务。

“服务费抵扣”是在请求获得批准后您可抵扣的适用的月服务费的百分比。我们可能在您的请求获得批准后自行决定通过提供额外服务时间的方式提供服务费抵扣。

“服务级别”指本服务级别协议中规定的我们同意在交付服务时达到的性能标准,例如,每月可用性。


3. 服务级别承诺。

一项服务的“月正常运行时间百分比”按照下列公式计算:



如果某一月的月正常运行时间百分比低于99.9%,您可能有资格获得下列服务费抵扣:


  月正常运行时间百分比

  服务费抵扣

   < 99.9%

  25%

   < 99%

  50%

   < 95%

  100%


4. 服务费抵扣请求。 如果我们的某一项服务未达到上述的月正常运行时间最小值,您可以提交一份服务费抵扣请求。

您必须向客服提交一份包含下列内容的请求:(1) 事件的一份详细描述;(2) 关于故障期的持续时间的信息;(3) 受影响的用户的数量和位置(若适用);及(4) 在事件发生时您试图解决事件所做的努力的描述。我们必须在事件发生当月的下个日历月的月底之前收到请求和所有要求的信息。例如,如果事件发生在2月15日,我们必须在3月31日前收到请求和所有要求的信息。  

我们将评估所有可合理获得的信息,并就是否给予服务费抵扣作出一个善意的判断。在收到请求后的下个月,我们将采取商业上合理的努力来处理请求,且时间不超过四十五 (45) 天。为了有资格获得服务费抵扣,您必须遵守协议的约定。


5. 限制。

(a) 本服务级别协议和任何适用的服务级别不适用于下列情形下的性能或可用性问题:

1. 由在我们控制之外的因素导致的;

2. 由您或第三方的服务、硬件或软件导致的;

3. 在我们告知您更改您对服务的使用后,您没有按照我们建议的那样进行更改,由此在使用中导致的;

4. 在预发布、测试及试用服务阶段(由我们决定)发生的;

5. 因您未经授权的作为或不作为而导致的,或者您的雇员、代理、承包商或供应商、或者使用您的密码或设备进入我们网络的任何人导致的;

6. 因为您未遵守任何要求的配置、使用支持平台,或者未遵从可接受的使用方式政策而导致的;

7. 与在事件发生时已保留但未付款的许可有关的。

(b) 服务费抵扣是您在协议及本服务级别协议项下针对任何服务的任何性能或可使用性问题的唯一且排它的补救措施。您不能单方面地为任何性能或可使用性问题抵销您的适用的月服务费。

(c) 本服务级别协议将不适用于作为任何服务的一部分在用户场所本地运作的许可软件。


6. 多项服务的购买。 如果您购买了上述第1条中列出的一种以上的服务(不是作为套件),那么您可以根据上述第 4 条中所述的流程提交请求,如同每一项服务由一份单独的服务级别协议涵盖。比如,如果您购买了 Exchange Online 和 SharePoint Online(不是作为套件的组成部分),并且在订购期间同一个事件导致了两项服务的故障期,那么,通过提交本服务级别协议项下的两项请求,您可能有资格获得两项单独的服务费抵扣(每项服务一个)。


7. 多项服务一起购买 。   如果您购买了作为套件一部分的服务或者其他单个服务,每一项服务适用的月服务费和服务费抵扣将按比例计算。


8. 特定服务和项目的除外条款及附加条款

(a) Exchange Online、Exchange Online Archiving (EOA)、及Exchange Online Protection (EOP):

这些服务没有预先安排的故障期。


(b) Exchange Online和Exchange Online Protection (EOP):

对于作为一项独立的服务或通过 ECAL 套件服务或 Exchange Enterprise CAL 服务而许可的 Exchange Online 和 EOP,如果我们未达到下述内容的服务级别,您可能有资格获得服务费抵扣:(1)病毒检测和拦截,(2)垃圾邮件识别,或者(3) 误报。如果我们没有达到任何一项单独的服务级别,您可以提交服务费抵扣的申请。如果某一个事件导致我们未达到 Exchange Online 或 EOP 的多个服务级别协议标准,则对每一项服务,您仅可针对该事件提交一个服务费抵扣申请。

1. 病毒检测和拦截的服务级别

a. “病毒检测和拦截”的定义是,通过过滤装备对病毒进行检测和拦截,以达到防止感染病毒的目的。“病毒”在广义上被定义为已知的恶意软件,包括病毒、蠕虫及木马。

b. 如果一个 EOP 病毒扫描引擎能够检测到某一个病毒并且整个 EOP 网络均具备此检测能力,则将该病毒视为已知病毒。

c. 病毒检测和拦截不是因故意感染病毒而发生的。

d. 病毒必须已经被 EOP 病毒过滤器扫描到。

e. 如果 EOP 向您发送了一份已经感染了已知病毒的邮件,EOP 将通知您并与您一起甄别和移除病毒。如果因此阻止了病毒感染,您将无权获得病毒检测和拦截的服务级别项下的服务费抵扣。

f. 病毒检测和拦截的服务级别不适用于:

 1. 不归类为恶意软件的邮件滥用形式,诸如垃圾邮件、网络钓鱼及其他骗局、广告软件及间谍软件。

 2. NDR、通知或弹出的邮件中包含的损坏的、有缺失的、截短的、或非活性的病毒。

g. 如果在某一日历月感染了病毒,则对于病毒检测和拦截服务,可提供的服务费抵扣率为 25%,每个日历月最多只能申请一次服务费抵扣。

2. 垃圾邮件识别的服务级别

a. “垃圾邮件识别”的定义是:过滤系统每日检测出的进入邮箱的垃圾邮件的比率。

b. 垃圾邮件识别的估测不包括发送给无效邮箱的误报邮件。

c. 垃圾邮件信息必须由我们的服务处理,且并未受到损坏、变形或被截短。

d. 垃圾邮件识别的服务级别不适用于大部分内容不是英文的邮件。

e. 您认可垃圾邮件的分类是主观的,并且认可我们将基于您及时提供的证据善意地判断垃圾邮件捕获率。

f. 垃圾邮件识别服务的服务费抵扣是:


  垃圾邮件识别率低于99%的日历月所占的百分比

  服务费抵扣

  > 25%

  25%

  > 50%

  50%

  100%

  100%


3.  误报服务级别

a. “误报”的定义是,一个日历月里被过滤系统错误地识别为垃圾邮件的合法商业邮件在服务处理过的所有邮件中所占的比率。

b. 完整的原信息(包括所有页眉)必须报告给错误处理团队。

c. 只适用于发送给有效邮箱的邮件。

d. 您认可误报的分类是主观的,并且理解我们将基于您及时提供的证据善意地判断误报率。

e. 误报服务级别不适用于

1. 群发的、个人的或者色情的邮件

2. 大部分内容不是英文的邮件

3. 被政策规则、信誉过滤或者 SMTP 连接过滤拦截的邮件

4. 发送到垃圾邮件夹的邮件

f. 误报的服务费抵扣是:


  一个日历月中的误报率

  服务费抵扣

  > 1:250,000

  25%

  > 1:10,000

  50%

  > 1:100

  100%


(c) Exchange Online Protection (EOP):

对于作为一项独立的服务、ECAL 套件服务、或 Exchange Enterprise CAL 服务而许可的 EOP,如果我们未达到下述(1)正常运行时间和(2)邮件传送的服务级别,您可能有资格获得服务费抵扣。

1. 月正常运行时间百分比:

如果当月的 EOP 月正常运行时间百分比低于 99.9%,您可能有资格获得下列服务费抵扣:


  月正常运行时间百分比

  服务费抵扣

  <99.9%

  25%

  <99.0%

  50%

  <95.0%

  100%


2.  邮件传送的服务级别:

a. “邮件传送时间”的定义是,在一个日历月中以分钟计量的平均邮件传送时间,邮件传送时间是指一个商业邮件从进入 EOP 网络到第一次成功送达所花费的时间。

b. 邮件传送时间每 5 分钟测量和记录一次,然后按所花费的时间分类。最快的 95% 的测量结果用于确定该日历月的平均时间。  

c. 我们使用模拟邮件或测试邮件来测量传送时间。

d. 邮件传送服务级别只适用于发送至有效邮件账户的合法商业邮件(非群发邮件)。

e. 本邮件传送服务级别不适用于:

1. 隔离或存档的邮件的传送

2. 在延迟队列中的邮件

3. 阻断服务攻击(DoS)

4.  邮件循环

f. 邮件传送服务的服务费抵扣是:



  平均邮件传送时间

  (定义见上文)

 服务费抵扣

  > 1

  25%

  > 4

  50%

  > 10

  100%




Service Level Agreement for 21Vianet Online Services


Last updated on: November 1, 2016

1.      Introduction.

This Service Level Agreement for 21 Vianet Online Services (this “SLA”) is made by 21Vianet in connection with, and is a part of, your 21Vianet licensing agreement (the “Agreement”).  This SLA applies to the following Services:

·        Exchange Online

·        Exchange Online Protection

·        Skype for Business Online (formerly Lync Online)

·        Office Web Applications

·        SharePoint Online

·        Power BI Pro

We provide backing to our commitment to achieve and maintain the Service Levels for our Services.  If we do not achieve and maintain the Service Levels for each Service as described in this SLA, then you may be eligible for a credit towards your subscription. We will not modify the terms of your SLA during the initial term of your subscription; however, if you renew your subscription, then the version of this SLA that is current at the time of renewal will apply for your renewal term.


2.     Definitions.

Applicable Monthly Service Fees” means the total fees actually paid by you for a Service that are applied to the month in which a Service Credit is owed.

Downtime”means the total minutes in a month during which the aspects of a Service specified in the following table are unavailable, excluding (i) Scheduled Downtime; and (ii) unavailability of a Service due to limitations described in Section 5(a) below.

Online Service

Qualifications of Downtime

Exchange Online

Any period of  time when end users are unable to send or receive email with Outlook Web  Access.

Exchange Online Protection

Any period of  time when the network is not able to receive and process email messages.

Office Web Applications

Any period of  time when users are unable to use the Web Applications to view and edit any  Office document stored on a SharePoint site for which they have appropriate  permissions.

Skype for Business Online

(formerly Lync Online)

Any period of  time when end users are unable to see presence status, conduct instant  messaging conversations, or initiate online meetings1.  

SharePoint Online

Any period of  time when users are unable to read or write any portion of a SharePoint site  collection for which they have appropriate permissions.

Power BI Pro

Any period of  time when users are unable to read or write any portion of Power BI data to which they have appropriate  permissions.

1Online meeting functionality applicable only to Skype for Business Online Plan 2 service

“Incident” means (i) any single event, or (ii) any set of events, that result in Downtime.

“Scheduled Downtime” means periods of Downtime related to network, hardware, or Service maintenance or upgrades.  

" Service" or Services" refers to the online service(s) indicated at the begining of this SLA and purchased by you pursuant to the Agreement.

“Service Credit” is the percentage of the Applicable Monthly Service Fees credited to you following our claim approval. We may, at our discretion, offer the credit in the form of additional subscription time following our claim approval.  

3.     Service Level Commitment. The “Monthly Uptime Percentage” for a Service is calculated by the following formula:





If the Monthly Uptime Percentage falls below 99.9% for any given month, you may be eligible for the following Service Credit:  


Monthly Uptime  Percentage

Service Credit

< 99.9%

25%

< 99%

50%

< 95%

100%


4.     Service Credit Claim.

If we fail to meet the minimum Monthly Uptime Percentage describered above  for a Service, you may submit a claim for a Service Credit.

You must submit a claim to customer support that includes: (i) a detailed description of the Incident; (ii) information regarding the duration of the Downtime; (iii) the number and location(s) of affected users (if applicable); and (iv) descriptions of your attempts to resolve the Incident at the time of occurrence.  We must receive the claim and all required information by the end of the calendar month following the month in which the Incident occurred.  For example, if the Incident occurred on February 15th, we must receive the claim and all required information by March 31st.

We will evaluate all information reasonably available to us and make a good faith judgment on whether a Service Credit is owed.  We will use commercially reasonable efforts to process claims during the subsequent month and within forty five (45) days of receipt.  You must be in compliance with the Agreement in order to be eligible for a Service Credit.


5. Limitations

(a)   This SLA and any applicable Service Levels do not apply to any performance or availability issues:

1.    Due to factors outside our control;

2.    That result from your or third party services, hardware, or software;

3.    Caused by your use of a Service after we advised you to modify your use of a Service, if you did not modify your use as advised;

4.    During pre-release, beta and trial Services (as determined by us);

5.    That result from your unauthorized action or inaction or from your employees, agents, contractors, or vendors, or anyone gaining access to our network by means of your passwords or equipment;

6.    That result from your failure to adhere to any required configurations, use supported platforms, and follow any policies for acceptable use; or

7.    For licenses reserved, but not paid for, at the time of the Incident.

(b)  Service Credits are your sole and exclusive remedy for any performance or availability issues for any Service under the Agreement and this SLA.  You may not unilaterally offset your Applicable Monthly Service Fees for any performance or availability issues.

(c)   This SLA will not apply to any on-premise licensed software that is part of any Service.


6.     Purchase of Multiple Services. If you purchased more than one Service listed in Section 1 above (not as a suite), then you may submit claims pursuant to the process described above in Section 4 as if each Service was covered by an individual SLA.  For example, if you purchased both Exchange Online and SharePoint Online (not as part of a suite), and during the term of the subscription an Incident caused Downtime for both Services, then you could be eligible for two separate Service Credits (one for each Service), by submitting two claims under this SLA.


7.      Purchase of Multiple Services together.  If you purchased Services as part of a suite or other single offer, the Applicable Monthly Service Fees and Service Credit for each Service will be pro-rated.


8.      Exceptions and Additional Terms for Particular Services and Programs.


(a)   For Exchange Online, Exchange Online Archiving (EOA), and Exchange Online Protection (EOP):

There is no Scheduled Downtime for these Services.

(b)  For Exchange Online and Exchange Online Protection (EOP):

With respect to Exchange Online and EOP licensed as a standalone Service or via ECAL suite, or Exchange Enterprise CAL with Services, you may be eligible for Service Credits if we do not meet the Service Level described below for:  (1)  Virus Detection and Blocking, (2) Spam Effectiveness, or (3) False Positive.  If any one of these individual Service Levels is not met, you may submit a claim for a Service Credit. If one Incident causes us to fail more than one SLA metric for Exchange Online or EOP, you may only make one Service Credit claim for that incident per Service.  

1.       Virus Detection and Blocking Service Level

a.       “Virus Detection and Blocking”is defined as the detection and blocking of Viruses by the filters to prevent infection.  “Viruses” is broadly defined as known malware, which includes viruses, worms, and Trojan horses.

b.      A Virus is considered known when a EOP virus scanning engine can detect the virus and the detection capability is available throughout the EOP network.

c.       Must result from a non-purposeful infection.

d.      The Virus must have been scanned by the EOP virus filter.

e.      If EOP delivers an email that is infected with a known virus to you,EOP will notify you and work with you to identify and remove the virus.  If this results in the prevention of an infection, you will not be eligible for a Service Credit under the Virus Detection and Blocking Service Level.

f.       The Virus Detection and Blocking Service Level shall not apply to:

1.       Forms of email abuse not classified as malware, such as spam, phishing and other scams, adware, and spyware..

2.       Corrupt, defective, truncated, or inactive viruses contained in NDRs,notifications, or bounced emails.

g.       The Service Credit available for the Virus Detection and Blocking Service is: 25% Service Credit of Applicable Monthly Service Fee if an infection occurs in a calendar month, with a maximum of one claim allowed per calendar month.

2.       Spam Effectiveness Service Level

a.       “Spam Effectiveness” is defined as the percentage of inbound spam detected by the filtering system, measured on a daily basis.

b.      Spam effectiveness estimates exclude false negatives to invalid mailboxes.

c.       The spam message must be processed by our service and not be corrupt,malformed, or truncated.

d.      The Spam Effectiveness Service Level does not apply to email containing a majority of non-English content.

e.      You acknowledge that classification of spam is subjective and accept that we will make a good faith estimation of the spam capture rate based on evidence timely supplied by you.

f.       The Service Credit available for the Spam Effectiveness Service is:

% of Calendar  Month that Spam Effectiveness is below 99%

Service Credit

> 25%

25%

> 50%

50%

100%

100%

3.       False Positive Service Level

a.       “False Positive” is defined as the ratio of legitimate business email incorrectly identified as spam by the filtering system to all email processed by the service in a calendar month.

b.      Complete, original messages, including all headers, must be reported to the abuse team.

c.       Applies to email sent to valid mailboxes only.

d.      You acknowledge that classification of false positives is subjective and understand that we will make a good faith estimation of the false positive ratio based on evidence timely supplied by you.

e.      This False Positive Service Level shall not apply to:

1.       bulk, personal, or pornographic email

2.       email containing a majority of non-English content

3.       email blocked by a policy rule, reputation filtering, or SMTP connection filtering

4.       email delivered to the junk folder

f.       The Service Credit available for the False Positive Service is:

False Positive  Ratio in a Calendar Month

Service Credit

> 1:250,000

25%

> 1:10,000

50%

> 1:100

100%

(c)    For Exchange Online Protection (EOP):

With respect to EOP licensed as a standalone Service, ECAL suite, or Exchange Enterprise CAL with Services, you may be eligible for Service Credits if we do not meet the Service Level described below for (1) Uptime and (2) Email Delivery.    

1.       Monthly Uptime Percentage:

If the Monthly Uptime Percentage for EOP falls below 99.9% for any given month, you may be eligible for the following Service Credit:

Monthly Uptime  Percentage

Service Credit

<99.9%

25%

<99.0%

50%

<95.0%

100%

2.       Email Delivery Service Level:

a.       “Email Delivery Time” is defined as the average of email delivery times, measured in minutes over a calendar month, where email delivery is defined as the elapsed time from when a business email enters the EOP network to when the first delivery attempt is made.

b.      Email Delivery Time is measured and recorded every 5 minutes, then sorted by elapsed time.  The fastest 95% of measurements are used to create the average for the calendar month.

c.       We use simulated or test emails to measure delivery time.

d.      The Email Delivery Service Level applies only to legitimate businesse mail (non-bulk email) delivered to valid email accounts.

e.      This Email Delivery Service Level does not apply to:

1.       Delivery of email to quarantine or archive

2.       Email in deferral queues

3.       Denial of service attacks (DoS)

4.       Email loops

f.       The Service Credit available for the Email Delivery Service is:

Average Email  Delivery Time

(as defined  above)

Service Credit

> 1

25%

> 4

50%

> 10

100%













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