The H2020 SLALOM project is a CSA aiming to provide a model specification for Cloud service contracts, including a proposed standardized way of describing the guaranteed metrics, in collaboration with ISO IEC-JTC1-SC38-WG3. FP7 COSMOS project collaborates in this effort for providing an IoT-based view to the process. Service Level Agreements are the means through which a provider may guarantee to their customers specific QoS features of the provided service. The purpose of this form is to investigate aspects of Cloud (or in general service oriented) SLA metrics that would be more appropriate for the IoT domain. Therefore we include an initial list of such services and potential metrics, but feel free to extend them with your own proposed ones through the relevant fields. The final usage of the input received will be to select a number of these metrics (the ones with the highest scores) or the newly proposed ones for which we will create template metric descriptions following the current draft of the ISO 19086-2 standard on the SLA metrics model. This way we will be able to guarantee that the proposed structure can also be applied in the IoT domain and based on its specific requirements and use cases, or if this is not the case, to provide recommendations for improvements.