On Friday, April 21st, at 2 pm Miami time, Jeronimo Bezerra, CIARA Associate Director, will be presenting at the CI Lunch and Learn community talks on Microburst Detection. The focus will be on an adaptive and efficient approach to detect microbursts leveraging per-packet telemetry in a production network.
What? An adaptive and efficient approach to detect microbursts leveraging per-packet telemetry in a production network
When? Friday April 21st @ 2pm ET
Where? Zoom https://ESnet.zoom.us/j/804696793
Abstract: Short-lived bursts of traffic, known as microbursts, can lead to packet drops, jitter, and performance degradation potentially impacting data transfers. Detecting microburst events on production networks is challenging due to the sub-second monitoring interval required and the amount of data produced. We will present our adaptive and efficient approach to detect and store microburst events leveraging In-band Network Telemetry (INT) and an enhanced telemetry collector capable of adapting its routines to the bandwidth utilization. Field trials demonstrated our capabilities to detect millisecond-based microbursts and an efficient persistence data gathering approach with data reduction above 60%, while preserving good levels of accuracy.
Presentations slides here
Video recording here.
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