Have you seen sFlow options in your router configuration or flow collector? Are you looking for alternatives to SNMP or NetFlow? Have you been curious about the instrumentation of your new white box or virtual switch? Yes? Then you will probably enjoy learning more about sFlow!
About Nick Buraglio
Nick Buraglio has been involved in the networking industry in varying roles since 1997. Prior to joining the Network Engineering group at ESnet, Nick was employed by the University of Illinois as the Lead Network Engineer working on research and HPC, campus and wide area connectivity. In this role, Nick also functioned as the Lead Network Engineer and IP architect for the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) broadband project of the year, UC2B. Nick has also held Network Engineering positions at early regional broadband internet providers as well as at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications. Nick has participated in the SCinet working group on several occasions and has been involved in R&E, high performance networking and security since 2002. In addition to Network Engineering positions, Nick has been involved in cybersecurity from the campus, enterprise and service provider perspective and acted as a resource and trainer for the Federal Bureau of Investigation RCAT agents in addition to various software defined networking projects. In his free time he enjoys hacking in the lab, spending time with the family, submission grappling and rebuilding internet service providers.