There is also which uses the ELK stack.

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-----Original Message-----
From: NANOG [] On Behalf Of Hugo Slabbert
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2018 10:44 AM
To: Fredrik Korsbäck
Subject: Re: Spiffy Netflow tools?

On Tue 2018-Mar-13 00:50:26 +0100, Fredrik Korsbäck <> wrote:
>Kentik is probably top of the foodchain right now.
>But they are certainly not alone in the biz. Ontop of my head...
>* Flowmon
>* Talaia
>* Arbor Peakflow
>* Deepfield
>* Pmacct + supporting toolkit
>* NFsen/Nfdump/AS-stats
>* Put kibana/ES infront of any collector

Logstash has a netflow plugin as of 5.x or something
( to act 
as a collector.

A walkthrough:

Using the logstash module setup thing adds a whole bunch of pretty netflow 
graphs and visualizations and such into Kibana for you.

Supports netflow v5 and v9, but does not indicate support for IPFIX explicitly. 
 It definitely does not support sFlow, though if you really want you can stick 
sflowtool in front of it to translate sFlow->netflow, e.g.

>* Solarwinds something something
>* Different vendor toolkits

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