Understanding Network Use with the IRNC NetSage Flow Data Dashboards
Time 10/18/18 11:40AM-12:00PM
NetSage is a NSF-funded project whose goal is to monitor and understand the traffic on NSF’s international research network connections (IRNC). With NetSage, we can better understand current traffic patterns across the links, including growth trends for capacity-planning purposes, and understand where packet loss is occurring. Recent additions also include information about top sources and destinations using the resources, as well as traffic pattern information at the flow level.
NetSage provides an unprecedented combination of passive measurements, including SNMP data, flow data, and Tstat traffic analysis, as well as active measurements, mainly perfSONAR, and longitudinal network performance data visualization. With canonical test points, and an all open-source code base, including a global science registry, NetSage can offer unique insights into networks performance.
Speaker Jennifer Schopf Indiana University
Primary track Advanced Networking
Secondary tracks Advanced Networking