Customers are asking for some information that specifically shows the
differences in sFlow vs. NetFlow. When, where, and why sFlow should be used, in
comparison with NetFlow.
People are also bringing up the fact that cflowd is free and in mass deployment
in a large number of SP networks. Do we know if the cflowd people are looking at
adding sFlow to their "to do" list? What are the specific reasons why moving to
sFlow will justify the migration to software that actually costs money?
Customers love the concept, but are asking good questions. I would think that
the sFlow org, would be the people to answer these types of queries.
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