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Tuesday, January 10 • 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Netflow Collection and Analysis at an Internet Peering

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Analysis of IP flow records from Internet peering points provides some interesting challenges. The total volume is large to say the least, the number of hosts very large and diverse and the number of flows per Gbps of bandwidth is larger than most enterprises. The traffic is all asymmetrical and the infrastructure seems to be always evolving. The challenges are all surmountable and the analysis is effective and useful. The infrastructure seems to be always evolving so that just when the evolution from SONET cores to everything Ethernet is completed the introduction of orchestrated NFVs begin. The new infrastructures again provide some challenges but they also provide some opportunities for new approaches using orchestrated Security Functions Virtualization (SFVs or SNFVs). The orchestration capabilities can enable scheduled surveillance of traffic and network elements.


Fred Stringer

Architect/Systems Engineer, AT&T- CSO
Fred Stringer is an Individual Contributor Engineer in the Threat Intelligence, Analysis and Response Engineering (TIARE) department in AT&T’s Chief Security Office. He is the Architect of the security data acquisition network and the System Engineer defining security analysis tools.  Fred has many years’ experience designing, building and supporting IP networks and has worked with some of the largest networks in the... Read More →

Tuesday January 10, 2017 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Great Room V-VIII 7450 Hazard Center Dr.

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