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Network weathermap example using SVG
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Real-Time Network Weathermap using SVG This code is based on the following example: http://blog.sflow.com/2015/06/leaf-and-spine-traffic-engineering.html Copy files to the sFlow-RT app directory. Edit scripts/status.js links and nodes objects to identify data sources. Use an SVG editor (e.g. SVG-edit) to create a map.svg file representing network "weather map" - object identifiers must match node and link names in status.js file. Restart sFlow-RT to load weather map. Weathermap diagrams can be abstract, for example the following article describes how to monitor server pools using sFlow-RT: http://blog.sflow.com/2013/02/cluster-performance-metrics.html The diagram in the article could be re-created as an SVG file and animated to show live status information based on summary statistics for each pool. For more information, visit: http://www.sFlow-RT.com