11-15, 09:30–10:00 (Europe/Berlin), Helmut Schmidt Auditorium
Monitoring of traffic flows is a central aspect of modern network engineering from planning peering connectivity to anomaly detection. This talk discusses how we handle flows from different sources, enrich them with additional contextual data such as customer names or geo locations, and use that information in different contexts using our own Open Source flowpipeline tool.
BelWü (AS553) is the research and education network of the German federal state of Baden-Württemberg.
Daniel joined BelWü in 2018 and has been working in a dual role between operations and development. As part of the bwNET research project he is responsible for monitoring and builds software that is immediately relevant to BelWü network engineers, as well as providing operational grounding to an otherwise academia-focused project.