We’re looking for contributors that are willing to give a talk, or propose topics for both conference and training. The submission deadline is June 30th!
The below topics are considered interesting for the community:
This year the ntop conference will take place in Pisa, Italy at the University of Pisa, Department of Computer Science.
This is a free event divided in two days: one day for the conference and one day for training sessions.
This event has been possible thanks to UniPi which is hosting us.
Not yet available (when call for paper ends).
As we enjoy great advantages from inventions of others, we should be glad of an opportunity to serve others
by any invention of ours. And this we should do freely and generously.
ntopConf Italy '19, in Padova, and ntopConf '22, in Milan, have been a great success in educating and inspire the assembled ntop community thanks to the core developers, instructors, sponsors, and generous knowledge-sharing by attendees.
ntop ntop started as an Open Source project in 1998 whose goal was to create a simple yet effective web-based traffic monitoring platform. Many things have changed since then and ntop is now providing a comprehensive suite able to fullfill all Network monitoring requirements, including, but not limited to, packet capture acceleration, raw traffic recording, flow probes, NetFlow collectors, web-based traffic analysis, with the aim of providing full Network traffic visibility at high traffic speeds.
The University of Pisa was founded in 1343 by Pope Clement VI and it's one of the oldest universities in the world. In 1955, the University of Pisa founded the Center for the Studies on Electronic Computing Machines – CSCE. The CSCE brought together a group of mathematicians, physicists and engineers with the aim of designing and constructing what would be the first Italian scientific computer. In 1969, researchers of the CSCE led to the creation of the first Computer Science study programme in Italy.
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