The First Telemetry and Big Data Workshop will be was held online on 10th November 2020, organised by the GÉANT GN4-3 project.
Open to all members of the GÉANT and international R&E community, the workshop has had the objective to collect production-level experience on telemetry, the use of very large amounts of monitoring data, their sharing and current efforts on actual use cases. The Workshop will Another goal was to assess the community's interest in and the validity of telemetry approaches and challenges in the use of the large amounts of monitoring information which current networks have to deal with.
The meeting is was directed to National Research and Education Networks (NRENs), operators, campus network administrators and network researchers, as well as those interested in handling, sharing and processing of large scale monitoring data sets including its storage, the application of machine learning and the principles of making such data available appropriately to NOCs and researchers.
10th November 2020
The meeting will be was held online, by Zoom, and will be recorded.
Telemetry Mail List
For follow-up discussion, open to all, you are welcome to join the telemetry-discuss mail list by visiting
There is also a #telemetry channel on the NREN slack worksapce workspace at nren.slack.com, open to NRENs.
Call for Speakers
The organisers are soliciting solicited contributions based on operational experience, especially NREN testing and experience in the use of telemetry and collection and analysis of large amounts of monitoring information in real time.
The format is of a short talk (between 10 and 15 minutes)
The presenters are asked to include information on:
- Which data are collected and how
- Tools used for the analysis and presentation / visualisation / storage of data
- Issues, challenges and gaps - what you would like to be able to do but cannot
Please email proposals for talks to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for proposals : Monday 26th October
The agenda will be posted by Friday 30th October
Mauro Campanella (GARR), Tim Chown (Jisc), Ivana Golub (PSNC), Rick Havern (GÉANT), Simon Leinen (Switch), Pavle Vuletić (UoB)
Registration for the event is open at https://events.geant.org/event/207/closed.
Videoconference details have been sent to registered participants.
See leaflet with videoconferencing tips
The meeting will be was recorded and made available after the meeting.
Agenda(confirmed talks to 30 October)
** ALL TIMES ARE CET **
|09:45-10:15||Zoom Room Testing|
Session 1 (chairs: Tim Chown and Ivana Golub)
|11:15-11:25||Tea and coffee break|
Session 2 (chairs: Simon Leinen and Mauro Campanella)
Session 3 (chairs: Simon Leinen and Mauro Campanella)
|14:45-14:55||Tea and coffee break|
Session 4 (chairs: Pavle Vuletic and Ivana Golub)
See presentations' abstracts and speakers' short biographies.