|October 30, 2008|
LRZ Munich, Germany
The goal of the workshop is to exchange and discuss experiences and ideas in the usage of Netflow/IPFIX in network management.
Flow-based approaches are used in various areas of network management today, such as accounting, dependency discovery, and intrusion detection. The workshop will address these and other areas, as well as related activities such as flow collection and storage, querying, etc.
We want the workshop to be an opportunity for people to exchange and discuss their experiences and ideas. To structure the discussions the workshop will be organized into several discussion topics. For each discussion topic, there will be short presentations (10-15 minutes) highlighting different aspects of the topic, followed by a discussion round.
Benoit Claise, Cisco
|10:30-12:15||Topic: What technologies are available to analyze flow data?|
Presentation: Flow record query languages (Vladislav Marinov, JUB)
Presentation: Using SQL databases for flow processing (Anna Sperotto, UT)
Presentation: A distributed architecture for IP flow analysis (Cristian Morariu, UZH)
Presentation: 10G netflow monitoring (Luca Deri)
|13:15-14:45||Topic: How do sampling and aggregation affect the volume and accuracy of data collection and analysis?
Presentation: Open issues of hierarchical flow aggregation (Christoph Sommer, UniErlangen)
Presentation: Flow-based TCP Connection State Detection (Tobias Limmer, UniErlangen)
Presentation: Self-management of optical networks - can we trust NetFlow data? (Tiago Fioreze, UT)
|15:00-16:30||Topic: For what kind of applications can Netflow/IPFIX be used?
Presentation: Using IPFIX/PSAMP for anomaly detection (Tanja Zseby, FOKUS)
Presentation: Application level dependency discovery with flows (Olivier Festor, INRIA)
Presentation: IPFIX for VoIP monitoring (Sven Anderson, NECLAB)
|16:30-17:15||Topic: Should we have a standard format for the annotation of Netflow/IPFIX traces?
The conference will take place at
A list of hotels in Garching can be found here (ASCII file). But it is also possible to stay near the station in Munich and take the underground to the LRZ (approx. 30 minutes, see How to get to the LRZ).