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Felix Erlacher, "Network Monitoring for Todays Internet," Proceedings of International Conference on Networked Systems (NetSys 2015), PhD Forum, Cottbus, Germany, March 2015.


The task of network monitoring gives operators the ability to analyze their traffic in order to keep their communication network up and running. Monitoring appliances have to adapt continuously to the changes in how the Internet is used. The increase in functionality, usability and secrecy necessitates revisions in monitoring mechanisms. The challenges are manifold: The shift of transport services to the application layer or the rising usage of encryption makes monitoring evermore complex. The solutions currently available are addressing largely individual issues only and are mostly closed source. This PhD thesis will tackle monitoring issues related to high bandwidth links and encryption as well as problems that came up due to the changed usage of HTTP.

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    author = {Erlacher, Felix},
    title = {{Network Monitoring for Todays Internet}},
    address = {Cottbus, Germany},
    booktitle = {International Conference on Networked Systems (NetSys 2015), PhD Forum},
    month = {3},
    year = {2015},

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