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Improving the RIPE Database Web Interface
Improving the RIPE Database Web Interface
Alex Band — 24 Nov 2015

There is an extensive project underway to make our services easier to use and work together seamlessly, so that they provide the most value to you. Over the last couple of months we have been working very hard on the RIPE Database. We have made some fundamental changes to the web interface, which we are pleased to introduce to you.

Processing RIPE Atlas and RIPEstat Data with Hadoop
Processing RIPE Atlas and RIPEstat Data with Hadoop
Paul de Weerd — 19 Nov 2015

The RIPE Routing Information Service (RIS) and RIPE Atlas produce large amounts of data that needs to be processed, stored and made available to the public. We've been using Hadoop for some time now. In this article we look at the design of the infrastructure we currently have in place and describe how we use it to serve RIPE Atlas and RIPEstat users.

Update on K-root Expansion
Update on K-root Expansion
Romeo Zwart — 12 Nov 2015

In April this year we announced that K-root would open up for expansion to new locations. Since then we have added 17 additional K-root hosted nodes. Now is a good point in the expansion of K-root for us to provide a short update.

DNSSEC Algorithm Roll-over
Anand Buddhdev — 06 Nov 2015

Rolling over the algorithm (usually to a stronger variant) used to sign a DNS zone isn't as easy as regular key roll-overs. This is because some DNSSEC validators are less forgiving than others, and fail validation unless the right combination of keys and signatures is present in a zone. This article describes our experiences with DNSSEC algorithm roll-over. We hope that our experience will help others who may be considering doing this.

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