The Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis (TMA) Conference this year took place in Vienna.
Containing an extensive program, TMA held a PhD School, an Experts Summit and the MNM Workshop, besides a packed schedule of amazing social events.

Raphael Vicente Rosa, besides of participating in the PhD School, presented a demo showcasing Gym, a framework developed to automate the benchmarking of Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs). The demo showed the tool set behind Gym and how such skeleton of flexible software components can be extended to enable new VNF tests.

Gym is one of the open source reference implementations of the draft “Methodology for VNF Benchmarking Automation” in IETF Benchmarking Methodology Working Group, and it will become open source this semester.