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RIPEstat

Mirjam Kühne — 25 Jan 2011

RIPEstat is a large-scale information service and the Open Data platform of the RIPE NCC. As an access point to Internet-related data, RIPEstat provides a unified interface to more than 20 different backends and offers over 50 different data API end points supporting JSON and YAML. It also provides over 50 different data visualisation widgets.

RIPEstat receives in excess of 55 million daily requests (from over 1+ million unique clients) to collate and visualise data in order to inform research, support network operators or reproduce patterns and events.

For all the latest updates on RIPEstat, follow us on Twitter @NCC_RIPEstat.

Access RIPEstat at https://stat.ripe.net

Historical Whois
Historical Whois
Christian Teuschel — 05 Apr 2018

The Historical Whois widget is a new RIPEstat widget that allows users to visually navigate through RIPE Database objects and their historical versions. It comes equipped with a set of handy features for comparing historical changes to objects in a diff-tool like fashion.… Read more

BGP Meets Cat
BGP Meets Cat
Christian Teuschel — 26 Jun 2017

As controversial as the title sounds much attention was drawn last weekend to RIPEstat when Job Snijders (@JobSnijders) revealed his creation of a Nyan Cat painted by smartly managing the visibility of 175 /24 prefixes.… Read more

Sand in the Gears
Sand in the Gears
Christian Teuschel — 08 Jun 2017

Last Thursday, 1 June, RIPEstat suffered from the longest service outage in years. Although the root cause was, in hindsight, trivial, it took more than three hours to fully recover. As unfortunate as this outage was, the situation yielded vital take-aways that will hopefully help prevent future outages.… Read more

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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.… Read more

Is It Really Worth Peering at IXPs? A Comparative Study
Is It Really Worth Peering at IXPs? A Comparative Study
roberto di lallo — 03 Aug 2015

We investigated the role IXPs play in the Italian Internet ecosystem. Do peerings at IXPs have a positive effect on key performance indicators such as latency, hop count, packet loss and jitter? Do they reduce the number of out-of-country ISPs traversed by traffic between users located in Italy and critical Internet services like banks and public administrations?… Read more

RIPE Atlas DataViz Hackathon Results
RIPE Atlas DataViz Hackathon Results
Vesna Manojlovic — 10 Apr 2015

In March 2015, a diverse group of contributors got together to come up with creative ways to visualise the health of the Internet using RIPE Atlas open measurements data. It was the first RIPE Atlas hackathon. Impressive results were hacked together by programmers, designers and operators during an intensive weekend of work and fun in Amsterdam. In this article we celebrate hackathon achievements, document and promote hackathon results, create a memento for participants and report in detail for the benefit of the rest of the community.… Read more

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