"Why do I like Network Flow Analysis? As I've said before, Michael W. Lucas is probably my favorite technical author. He is complete, accurate, and entertaining like no one else."
—Richard Bejtlich, TaoSecurity (Read More)
"A crystal clear technical guide into a subject every network administrator and network security practitioner should understand. This is simply a must-read book for anyone in those fields. It may well prove to be the only book on the subject that you ever need to read."
—InfoSec Reviews (Read More)
Network Flow Analysis "was valuable enough that I found myself planning ways to implement [it] at my workplace."
—DragonFly BSD Digest (Read More)
"The sequence of topics and the consistent tone and focus kept me engaged and confident that I could go as far as I'd like, with this book as a start."
—Michael Ernest, JavaRanch (Read More)
"This book is mandatory reading for network people, even if they already use netflow. There are sure to be tips and hints that you will enjoy."
—Henrik Kramshoj, Kramses Blog (Read More)
"A thorough and well-presented coverage of network flow analysis intended for professional network administrators/managers."
—Linux Users of Victoria (Read More)
"This book is worth its weight in gold, especially if you have to deal with a shoddy ISP who always blames things on your network."
—Utahcon.com (Read More)
"I found it to be a great addition to my reference bookshelf, and I’m sure it will be creased and dog-eared as I attempt to implement my own NetFlow analysis system this next year."
—To the Last Tribe Consulting (Read More)
"The book is a comparatively quick read and will come in handy when troubleshooting and analyzing network problems."
—Mike Riley, Dr. Dobbs (Read More)
"Combining a great writing style with lots of technical info, this book provides a learning experience that's both fun and interesting. Not too many technical books can claim that."
—;login: Magazine, October 2010 (Read More)
"If you are a network administrator and you want some practical assistance in quieting the complaints from your network's users, grab yourself a copy of Network Flow Analysis."
—Left-Brain Bookstore (Read More)