During the IETF 83 in Paris, EIT ICT Labs is hosting on March 31st 2012 the IRTF Network Management Research Group workshop on the Usage of Netflow/IPfix in Network Management (programme below).
4th Workshop on the Usage of Netflow/IPFIX in Network Management (28th IRTF-NMRG meeting)
March 31st 2012, Paris (Saturday, after the 83rd IETF meeting in Paris)
Flow-based approaches are used in various areas of network management today,
such as link monitoring, accounting, and security. As in the previous years,
the goal of this workshop is to be a place where researchers, operators and
manufacturers can exchange and discuss their experiences and ideas on the
usage of Netflow/IPFIX in network management.
See below for the workshop agenda.
The participation is free of charge but the number of places is limited.
Please register by sending an e-mail to:
Olivier Festor Olivier.firstname.lastname@example.org
EIT ICT Labs Paris Co-location centre (near Place d'Italie), Paris, France
09:00 - Opening
09:15 - Overview on the CERT tool chain, Chris Inacio
09:45 - Flow-based Delay Measurements: Error quantification and validation by active measurements, Jochen Koegel
10:15 - Coffee break
10:30 - Service Health Monitoring with NetFlow/IPFIX, Idilio Drago
11:00 - IP-Flow Record Aggregation for Anomaly Detection, Jerome Francois
11:30 - Towards Extended NetFlow/IPFIX, Vojtech Krmicek
12:00 - Lunch break
13:45 - Exploiting packet sampling measurements for traffic characterization
and classification, Dario Rossi
14:15 - User identification through network flows, Nikolay Melnikov
14:45 - Composable IPFIX Mediation with BlockMon, Brian Trammell
15:15 - Coffee break
15:30 - Flowoid: a NetFlow probe for Andoid-based devices, Abdelkader Lahmadi
16:00 - Challenges in NetFlow based Event Logging, Stefan Künkel
16:30 - Closing