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NetGraf: An End-to-End Learning Network Monitoring Service
Event Type
Big Data
Cloud and Distributed Computing
Data Analytics
Data Management
Quantum Computing
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TimeMonday, 15 November 202111am - 11:30am CST
DescriptionNetwork monitoring services are of enormous importance to ensure optimal performance is being delivered and help determine any failing services. Particularly for large data transfers, checking key performance indicators like throughput, packet loss, and latency can make or break experiment results. However, network monitoring tools are very diverse in metrics collected and dependent on the devices installed. Additionally, there are limited tools that can learn and determine the cause of degraded performance. This paper presents NetGraf, a novel end-to-end learning monitoring system that utilizes current monitoring tools, merges multiple data sources into one dashboard for easy use, and provides machine learning libraries to analyze the data and perform real-time anomaly finding. Using a database backend, NetGraf can learn performance trends and show users if network performance has degraded. We demonstrate how NetGraf can easily be deployed through automation services and linked to multiple monitoring sources to collect data. Via the machine learning innovation and merging various data sources, NetGraf aims to fulfill the need for holistic learning network telemetry monitoring. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first-ever end-to-end learning monitoring service. We demonstrate its use on two network setups to showcase its impact.
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