Hourly Network Traffic for Thousands Computers

Hourly Network Traffic for Thousands Computers

The picture shows the hourly amount of network traffic for thousands of hosts in a large computer network for 24 hours. The different nested circles represent the subnet hierarchy of the IP addresses. Each filled circle represents a whole subnet or a single hosts. Each circle consists of 24 segments, while each colored segment visualizes the number of bytes transferred in the respective hour.

More Information and Interactive Demo on: http://ff.cx/clockmap/

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Posted Sep 6, 2012
 
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Tags attacks, circular, glyphs, monitoring, netflow, network traffic, security, time-series, treemap
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