Spiffy Netflow tools?
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Sat Mar 17 22:42:55 UTC 2018
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On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 11:52 AM Babak Farrokhi <babak at farrokhi.net> wrote:
> Plixer is also interesting.
> nfdump works great with NetFlow but support for IPFIX is somehow limited
> to basics.
> On 13 Mar 2018, at 3:20, Fredrik Korsbäck wrote:
> > On 2018-03-13 00:24, mike.lyon at gmail.com wrote:
> >> Howdy!
> >> Checking out various Netflow tools and wanted to see what others are
> >> using?
> >> Kentik is cool. Are they the only SaaS based flow digester? I don’t
> >> seem to see any others.
> >> Also curious about on-prem solutions as well.
> >> Thanks!
> >> Mike
> > Kentik is probably top of the foodchain right now.
> > But they are certainly not alone in the biz. Ontop of my head...
> > * Flowmon
> > * Talaia
> > * Arbor Peakflow
> > * Deepfield
> > * Pmacct + supporting toolkit
> > * NFsen/Nfdump/AS-stats
> > * Put kibana/ES infront of any collector
> > * Solarwinds something something
> > * Different vendor toolkits
> > --
> > hugge
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