two workshops (cflowd, RRDTool) 29-30 sept 99
kc at caida.org
Tue Aug 31 17:25:43 UTC 1999
the Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA)
at the University of California's San Diego Supercomputer Center
(SDSC) is hosting a two-day workshop, September 29-30, 1999,
focusing on two tools:
cflowd and arts++ (www.caida.org/Tools/cflowd and
www.caida.org/Tools/arts++) - Daniel McRobb author
RRDtool (www.caida.org/Tools/RRDtool) - Tobi Oetiker, author
cflowd and arts++ are tools for collection, storage and analysis of
flow-export data from Cisco netflow output. they facilitate
collection and analysis of router-based data by network engineers
in support of capacity planning, trends analysis, and
characterization of traffic workloads.
(note btw new cflowd release today: cflowd-2-1-a2;
corresponding arts++ release: arts++-1-1-a1.
RRDtool is a time-series, data-storage and visualization tool that
assists in managing data collections. it is a system to store and
display time-series data, e.g. network bandwidth, machine-room
temperature, server load average. RRDtool stores data in a compact
manner and includes utilities for graphical presentation of
note there won't be any cflowd stuff at nanog.montreal,
but tobi should be doing an RRDtool overview. fwiw.
the workshop is open to network operators responsible for
monitoring and/or managing WAN networks. attendance is limited
and will be on a first-come basis. details available at
http://iec.caida.org/workshop/9909/. if you have any questions,
please contact Theresa Ott <theresa at caida.org> 858/822-0956.
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