WSU Department of Computer Science Graduate Seminar ~ Dr. Rhongho Jang
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Towards Scalable Network Traffic Measurement with Sketches
Rhongho Jang, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Wayne State University
March 30, 2021
11:30 am – 12:20 pm
We are inching closer to the zettabyte era with ever-increasing volumes of traffic on the Internet. As of now, the per-port speed of network devices reaches 400 Gbps, and high-end switches are capable of processing 25.6 Tbps network traffics. As one of such devices' key functionalities, network traffic measurement is crucial in detecting network threats, such as heavy hitter, super spreader, DDoS, and more. However, network traffic measurement technologies are still at an early stage and facing unprecedented challenges. In this presentation, I will introduce our sketch-based technologies, which enable scalable network traffic measurement. Subsequently, I will discuss challenges and opportunities in our research domain, combine with new emerging technologies.
Rhongho Jang received his B.S., M.E, and Ph.D. (first) from the INHA University of South Korea in 2013, 2015, and 2020, respectively. He also received his second Ph.D. degree in computer science at the University of Central Florida in 2020. Currently, he is an assistant professor in the department of computer science at Wayne State University. His research interests lie in security & privacy, network measurement, software-defined networking, counting algorithm, applied machine learning.