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Bye bye Owncloud, hello Nextcloud!Bye bye Owncloud, hello Nextcloud!

on Friday, 12 April 2019 Posted in News Rezopole, News LyonIX, News GrenoblIX

Bye bye Owncloud, hello Nextcloud!Bye bye Owncloud, hello Nextcloud!

100% open source and community-focused, Nextcloud allows you to store your documents, contacts, photos and manage your calendar. The main new feature: instant messaging for live chat and organize videoconferences.

This service is available free of charge to all our members. To do this, simply create an account at the following address: nextcloud.rezopole.net. Users of Owncloud services are also invited to switch to Nextcloud.

The service is centralized on Rezopole's infrastructures, which provides a better quality of transfer for participants in Rezopole's IXPs, but also for users (companies, local authorities, etc.) whose ISPs work on this node.

More informations here.

 

 

 

 

RUG 14 on December 9th

on Monday, 21 November 2016 Posted in Archives Rezopole, Archives GrenoblIX, Archives LyonIX

RUG 14 on December 9th

The next RUG (Rezopole User Group) takes place on December 9th, 2016 from 9 am to 12 am at the Rezopole premises.

This edition will be about traffic flow issues, particularly its most widespread protocols (NetFlow, Sflow, IPFIX) and the difficulties of these tools' implementation essential today for retro-active analysis, accurate statistics gathering, warnings management and automations.

Program:

- Breakfast

- Topics to be dealt: Inventory of Open Source prioritary protocols and agent principal programs, collect and treatment presentation

- Round table

Inventory and stake : facilitator Ronan Bianic (Rezopole)

- The differents version, differents implementation of prioritary protocols:

a) Cisco Netflow v5, v9
b) Juniper Jflow, Cflow
c) IPFIX
d) Sflow

- Details of their differencies and respective usages

Principal agent programs, Open Source collection and treatment available on the market presentation: facilitators Noémie Clémençon and Ronan Bianic (Rezopole)

- Integrated agents: Cisco, Juniper, Brocade, Linux SoftflowD

- Nfdump/Nfsen ( demonstration as a supervision tool)

- Pmacct/Grafana

Round table :

- Participant projects' presentation

- Problems encountered during the implementation

- Elements missing traffic flow

Learn more

Each RUG gathers 12 participants maximum. Find more details here.

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