RIPE Atlas users can now travel back in time to access all of the historical data collected by RIPE Atlas. This data is now visualised with the new "time travel" feature, available for both Internet maps and measurement results. Here we explain how to make the most of this new feature to visualise changes to infrastructure, interesting network events and more.
Suzanne Taylor Muzzin
I joined the RIPE NCC in 2012 as a Communications Writer. I write documentation, website content and RIPE Labs articles about the RIPE NCC's measurement tools, such as RIPE Atlas and RIPEstat.
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We're pleased to announce a major milestone in the RIPE Atlas anchors project: the 100th anchor is now online!
Calling all developers, designers, network operators, computer science students, and open data enthusiasts - the RIPE NCC is hosting a RIPE Atlas data visualisation hackathon in March 2015, and we want you!
RIPE Atlas data is now available as a live data stream, opening the door to a host of new applications and use cases. Learn more about how this powerful new functionality can benefit your network.
During its meeting in September, the RIPE NCC presented the RIPE NCC Executive Board with a value proposition document detailing the value that RIPE Atlas can bring to network operators, researchers and the Internet community as a whole. The board asked the RIPE NCC to publish this document, which we have done here. We also plan to incorporate much of its content into the RIPE Atlas website so that RIPE Atlas users can clearly understand the different ways this global Internet measurement network can be used and the many unique benefits it provides.