[Bro] 10 Gb capable Bro cluster
dj.root at netronome.com
Fri Apr 3 06:32:51 PDT 2015
Yes, we have built a cluster capable of processing 10Gbps. We have this running in our lab and also have reference-able customers.
- Dual socket Ivy Bridge X86 with cores running at 2.8GHZ
- Netronome PCIe acceleration technology
2U appliance is capable of 8.5 - 9.0Gbps Bro processing in steady state, peak 20Gbps+ with few packet drops (~2%). Our 4U cluster can process 17-18Gbps of Bro steady state, peak 40-45Gbps.
Resources used: 32 worker threads on each 2U appliance / 4 threads for NIC management / 12 are unused and can be utilized for other applications. Bro is not modified.
Let me know if you need anything else.
> On Apr 2, 2015, at 5:52 PM, Earl Eiland <earl.eiland at root9b.com> wrote:
> Has anyone built a Bro cluster capable of processing packets at 10Gb/sec? If so, what hardware did you use?
> Best Regards,
> Earl Eiland,
> Sr. Cyber Security Engineer,
> Emerging Technologies, root9B,
> San Antonio, Texas
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