5th Workshop on the Usage of Netflow/IPFIX in Network Management
(30th NMRG meeting)

Date: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Location: Berlin, Germany (87th IETF meeting)

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 in theusage of Netflow/IPFIX in network
management.

Workshop program:

13:00  Opening
13:05  Session 1
      NFQL: A tool for querying network flow-records
        Vaibhav Bajpai, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
      Integrating IPFIX with Pandas for Exploratory Analysis in Research
        Brian Trammell, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
      Software Defined Monitoring: The New Norm for Network Monitoring
        Lukas Kekely, CESNET, Czech Republic
      Lightweight enhanced monitoring for high speed networks
        Rosa Vilardi, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
      Towards Location-aware network monitoring using IPFIX/NetFlow
        Abdelkader Lahmadi, INRIA Nancy, France
15:00  Break
15:20  Session 2
      MaM : Efficient Multidimensional Aggregation for Large Scale Monitoring
        Jerome Francois, University of Luxemburg, Luxemburg
      Lattice-based Traffic Measurement
        Omar Cherkaoui, Universite du Quebec à Montreal, Canada
      An Approach for Correlating Flow Data
        Frank Tietze, Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany
      IPFIX QoS Measurement Extensions
        Lothar Braun, Technical University Munich, Germany
16:50  End