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Romeo Zwart

Location: Amsterdam (NL)

Romeo works for the RIPE NCC. He is manager of the Global Information Infrastructure team responsible for RIPE NCC DNS Services (e.g. K-root), Routing Information Services (RIS) and RIPE NCC's Hadoop storage platform, powering RIPEstat and RIPE Atlas.

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Report: K-root on 30 November and 1 December 2015
Report: K-root on 30 November and 1 December 2015
Romeo Zwart — Feb 04, 2016 10:55 AM

In this report we provide some more details about the incidents of 30 November and 1 December 2015, as seen from the K-root environment. We also share some of the lessons we took away from this event.

Update on K-root Expansion
Update on K-root Expansion
Romeo Zwart — Nov 12, 2015 11:20 AM

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.

K-root Expansion Plan
K-root Expansion Plan
Romeo Zwart — Apr 23, 2015 10:15 AM

We're getting ready to expand K-root coverage, and we'll soon be inviting interested members of the community to express their interest in hosting their own K-root node. Learn more about how we propose expanding the network, what the requirements are for hosting your own K-root node, and the projected timeline.

New Architecture Model for K-root Local Instances
New Architecture Model for K-root Local Instances
Romeo Zwart — Mar 11, 2015 02:35 PM

We have redesigned the K-root architecture for our hosted nodes, formerly known as K-root local instances. System architecture and network setup have been simplified a lot. This will reduce our management effort for K-root and reduce costs for K-root hosts.

Timeline for Phasing Out the Old TTM-based DNSMON
Romeo Zwart — Apr 03, 2014 02:35 PM

The RIPE NCC announced a new version of DNSMON, available for testing by the public, in March 2014. We are now planning the removal of the old DNSMON.

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