FloCon 2014 Collection
These presentations, training slides, and posters were provided at FloCon 2014, an open conference that provides operational network analysts, tool developers, and researchers a forum to discuss the analysis of large volumes of traffic to showcase the next generation of flow-based analysis techniques.
FloCon 2014 took place at the Francis Marion Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina, on January 13-16, 2014. This open conference provided a forum for operational network analysts, tool developers, researchers, and other parties interested in the analysis of large volumes of traffic to showcase the next generation of flow-based analysis techniques.
PCR - A Flow Metric for the Producer/Consumer Relationship
In this presentation, Carter Bullard and John Gerth discuss data exfiltration and detection methods.Learn More
Analysis of Some Time-Series Metrics for Network Monitoring
In this presentation, Soumyo Moitra presents a method and metrics for network situational awareness.Learn More
Analyzing Large Flow Data Sets Using Modern Open-Source Data Search and Visualization Tools
In this presentation, Max Putas describes using common and open source tools to perform flow data analysis.Learn More
Argus Instrumentation of the GLORIAD R&E Network for Improved Measurement, Monitoring and Security
In this presentation, Greg Cole describes the improved measurement, monitoring, and security at GLORIAD.Learn More
Argus with Netmap: Monitoring Traffic at 10Gbits/s Line Rate Using Commodity Hardware
By Software Engineering Institute
In this presentation, Harika Tandra discusses GLORIAD, a ring of rings fiber-optic network and the GLORIAD-US deployment of Argus.Learn More
Bandwidth and End-to-End Delay Analysis of IP and End System Multicast (ESM)
This poster describes the process to develop models for formalizing the end-to-end delay and the bandwidth efficiency of ESM and IP multicast systems.Download
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