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Event Triggered Monitoring of Traffic Clusters

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High level goals such as bandwidth provisioning, accounting and network anomaly detection can be easily met if high-volume traffic clusters are detected in real time. This talks presents Elastic Trie: a novel push-based network monitoring approach that allows detection, within the dataplane, of high-volume traffic clusters. Notifications from the switch to the controller can be sent only as required, avoiding the transmission or processing of unnecessary data.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory NetOS Group Talklets series.

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