Call for Participation
NMRG Workshop on Flow-Based Network Management
(37th NMRG meeting)

Date: Friday, July 24, 2015
Location: Prague, Czech Republic (93rd 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 the usage of flow-based network management.

Tentative workshop schedule:

0900: Welcome
0905: TinyIPFIX for Efficient Data Transmission in Wireless Sensor Networks (Corinna Schmitt, UZH, Switzerland)
0930: Hardware Accelerated L7 Monitoring at 100 Gbps (Lukáš Kekely, CESNET, Czech Republic)
0955: Interactive Monitoring, Visualization, and Configuration of OpenFlow-Based SDN (Pedro Isolani, UFRGS, Brazil)
1020: Break
1030: Towards botnet detection: What botnet characteristics can be detected in real-life network environments by using flow data? (Christian Dietz, UniBW, Germany)
1055: Flow data storage and retrieval utilizing big data approach (Martin Žádník, CESNET, Czech Republic)
1120: Characterizing the IPv6 security landscape by large-scale measurements (Luuk Hendriks, U. Twente, the Netherlands)
1140: Lunch break
1200: Automaton models applied for fingerprinting and network participants classification (Cristian Hammerschmidt, U. Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
1225: Distributed Anomaly Detection Based on Flow Information (Carlos Garcia, TU Darmstadt, Germany)
1250: Challenges for flow-based management - implications of draft-unify-nfvrg-devops (Catalin Meirosu)
1315: Closing