On 30th August a first public version was released and is available in Google code repository.
NetFlow packets decoder written in Python works fine. It can be used combined with the route collector code in order to assess amount of traffic passing through a particular path.
ExaBGP works well, so all sessions were switched from Quagga to ExaBGP. New GIX looking glass is also ready. I am still working on processing Quagga dump files with updates (not only full dumps) from RIPE NCC and Route Views projects. When this task will be completed on graphs input direction will be more accurate…
A plugin to ExaBGP to inject prefixes directly to a MySQL database is almost ready (during testing process). I am going to prepare a replacement for KLG/MRLG looking glasses which will use directly MySQL database instead of Quagga cli and provide more or less the same functionality.