The next RUG (Rezopole User Group) takes place on December 9th, 2016 from 9 am to 12 am at the Rezopole premises.
This edition will be about traffic flow issues, particularly its most widespread protocols (NetFlow, Sflow, IPFIX) and the difficulties of these tools' implementation essential today for retro-active analysis, accurate statistics gathering, warnings management and automations.
- Topics to be dealt: Inventory of Open Source prioritary protocols and agent principal programs, collect and treatment presentation
- Round table
Inventory and stake : facilitator Ronan Bianic (Rezopole)
- The differents version, differents implementation of prioritary protocols:
a) Cisco Netflow v5, v9
b) Juniper Jflow, Cflow
- Details of their differencies and respective usages
Principal agent programs, Open Source collection and treatment available on the market presentation: facilitators Noémie Clémençon and Ronan Bianic (Rezopole)
- Integrated agents: Cisco, Juniper, Brocade, Linux SoftflowD
- Nfdump/Nfsen ( demonstration as a supervision tool)
Round table :
- Participant projects' presentation
- Problems encountered during the implementation
- Elements missing traffic flow
Each RUG gathers 12 participants maximum. Find more details here.
Do you have any questions?