vFlow :: IPFIX, sFlow and Netflow collector

Mehrdad Arshad Rad arshad.rad at gmail.com
Tue May 16 17:33:37 UTC 2017


I tried w/ standalone MemSQL w/ 100K IPFIX samples per second and it works.
if you pay MemSQL license you can have more than one node (cluster).
another solution is ClickHouse https://clickhouse.yandex/ but I'm gonna to
test it soon :-)
The MemSQL's nice feature is it has built in Kafka consumer w/ transform
feature.

On Tue, May 16, 2017 at 8:04 AM, Vitaly Nikolaev <nvitaly at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Interesting, what receives and where do you keep flows at the other end of
> messaging bus ?
>
>
> PS: in my case I am talking about hundreds of kilo flows/s that I would
> like to keep for at least few weeks, so MemSQL or any other SQLs are out of
> the picture.
>
> Thank you
>
>
> On Mon, May 15, 2017 at 2:31 PM, Mehrdad Arshad Rad <arshad.rad at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I just wanted to share the vFlow - IPFIX, sFlow and Netflow collector,
>> it's
>> scalable and reliable, written by pure Golang!
>> It doesn't have any library dependency and works w/ Kafka and NSQ (you can
>> write your own MQ plugin).
>>
>> https://github.com/VerizonDigital/vflow
>>
>> For more information
>> https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/high-performance-scalable-
>> reliable-ipfix-sflow-open-arshad-rad
>>
>> It can be able to integrate w/ MemSQL easy and you can have kind of below
>> SQL query:
>>
>> memsql> select * from samples order by bytes desc limit 20;
>> +----------------+-----------------+-----------------+------
>> --+--------+-------+---------+---------+----------+--------+
>> ---------------------+
>> | device         | src             | dst             | srcASN | dstASN
>> | proto | srcPort | dstPort | tcpFlags | bytes  | datetime
>> |
>> +----------------+-----------------+-----------------+------
>> --+--------+-------+---------+---------+----------+--------+
>> ---------------------+
>> | 192.129.230.0  | 87.11.81.121    | 61.231.215.18   | 131780 |  21773
>> |     6 |      80 |   64670 | 0x10     | 342000 | 2017-04-27 22:05:55
>> |
>> | 52.20.79.116   | 87.11.81.100    | 216.38.140.154  |  41171 |   7994
>> |     6 |     443 |   26798 | 0x18     | 283364 | 2017-04-27 22:06:00
>> |
>> | 52.20.79.116   | 192.229.211.70  | 50.240.197.150  |  41171 |  33651
>> |     6 |      80 |   23397 | 0x10     | 216000 | 2017-04-27 22:05:55
>> |
>> | 108.161.249.16 | 152.125.33.113  | 74.121.78.10    |  13768 |   9551
>> |     6 |      80 |   49217 | 0x18     | 196500 | 2017-04-27 22:05:59
>> |
>> | 192.229.130.0  | 87.21.81.254    | 94.56.54.135    | 132780 |  21773
>> |     6 |      80 |   52853 | 0x18     | 165000 | 2017-04-27 22:05:55
>> |
>> | 108.161.229.96 | 93.184.215.169  | 152.157.32.200  |  12768 |  11430
>> |     6 |     443 |   50488 | 0x18     |  86400 | 2017-04-27 22:06:01
>> |
>> | 52.22.49.106   | 122.229.210.189 | 99.31.208.183   |  22171 |   8018
>> |     6 |     443 |   33059 | 0x18     |  73500 | 2017-04-27 22:05:55
>> |
>> | 52.22.49.126   | 81.21.81.131    | 66.215.169.120  |  22171 |  20115
>> |     6 |      80 |   57468 | 0x10     |  66000 | 2017-04-27 22:05:59
>> |
>> | 108.160.149.96 | 94.184.215.151  | 123.90.233.120  |  16768 |  14476
>> |     6 |      80 |   63905 | 0x18     |  65540 | 2017-04-27 22:05:57
>> |
>> | 52.22.79.116   | 162.129.210.181 | 60.180.253.156  |  21271 |  31651
>> |     6 |     443 |   59652 | 0x18     |  64805 | 2017-04-27 22:06:00
>> |
>> | 108.161.149.90 | 93.184.215.169  | 80.96.58.146    |  13868 |  22394
>> |     6 |     443 |    1151 | 0x18     |  59976 | 2017-04-27 22:05:54
>> |
>> | 102.232.179.20 | 111.18.232.131  | 121.62.44.149   |  24658 |   4771
>> |     6 |      80 |   61076 | 0x10     |  59532 | 2017-04-27 22:05:54
>> |
>> | 102.232.179.20 | 192.129.145.6   | 110.49.221.232  |  24658 |   4804
>> |     6 |     443 |   50002 | 0x10     |  58500 | 2017-04-27 22:05:55
>> |
>> | 102.232.179.20 | 192.129.232.112 | 124.132.217.101 |  24658 |  43124
>> |     6 |     443 |   37686 | 0x10     |  57000 | 2017-04-27 22:06:00
>> |
>> | 192.229.230.0  | 87.11.81.253    | 219.147.144.22  | 132380 |   2900
>> |     6 |      80 |   25202 | 0x18     |  56120 | 2017-04-27 22:05:58
>> |
>> | 192.129.130.0  | 87.21.11.200    | 180.239.187.151 | 132380 |   8151
>> |     6 |     443 |   55062 | 0x18     |  52220 | 2017-04-27 22:05:59
>> |
>> | 52.12.79.126   | 87.21.11.254    | 64.30.125.221   |  21071 |  14051
>> |     6 |      80 |   57072 | 0x10     |  51000 | 2017-04-27 22:05:54
>> |
>> | 192.229.110.1  | 150.195.33.40   | 98.171.170.51   | 132980 |  28773
>> |     6 |      80 |   53270 | 0x18     |  51000 | 2017-04-27 22:05:57
>> |
>> | 192.229.110.1  | 87.21.81.254    | 68.96.162.21    | 132980 |  28773
>> |     6 |      80 |   46727 | 0x18     |  49500 | 2017-04-27 22:06:01
>> |
>> | 52.22.59.110   | 192.129.210.181 | 151.203.130.228 |  21271 |  12452
>> |     6 |      80 |   43720 | 0x18     |  49500 | 2017-04-27 22:05:55
>> |
>> +----------------+-----------------+-----------------+------
>> --+--------+-------+---------+---------+----------+--------+
>> ---------------------+
>> 20 rows in set (0.06 sec)
>>
>>
>> Please let me know if you have any questions.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Mehrdad
>>
>> --
>> *M*ehrdad Arshad Rad
>> *P*rincipal Software Engineer
>> https://www.linkedin.com/in/mehrdadrad
>>
>
>
>
> --
> --
> Vitaly Nikolaev
>



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*M*ehrdad Arshad Rad
*P*rincipal Software Engineer
https://www.linkedin.com/in/mehrdadrad


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