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Query data from the NTA Flow Storage Database

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Created by Michael Almadova, last modified by Caroline Juszczak on Sep 26, 2017

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Overview

This article briefly discusses how data can be queried from the NTA Flow Storage Database using SWQL.

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NTA 4.0 and later

Detail

NTA version 4.0+ uses the NTA Flow Storage Database that runs off of Fastbit. If you are interested in querying raw data you will need to use the SDK. All support for the SDK is done through Thwack and is not supported by Solarwinds Technical Support. This article goes over Extracting Netflow Data.

 

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