We're switching to a new back-end solution for storing RIPE Atlas measurement metadata. Here's a detailed look at how those back-end changes have impacted front-end design.
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OpenIPmap, the RIPE NCC’s tool for geolocating core Internet infrastructure, has undergone a full architectural overhaul. With a new set of APIs and interfaces designed to cater to the needs of all users, the system integrates various methods for estimating the geographical locations of IXPs, core …
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You may have noticed that, as of this past week, RIPE Atlas is looking different. To explain what's changed and why, here's a quick update on our latest efforts in rolling out the new design we've been working on for our services.
The ISOC African regional bureau has been organising hackathons at the last three editions of the Africa Internet Summit. This year we were given the opportunity to lead a track there at: "Measuring DNS and DoH". This is a report on the event and it's valuable and contributory outcome.
Based on RIPE Atlas measurements, we can illustrate if paths between different networks in a given country stay in that country. We can also provide sketches of interconnections between networks in that country. In this article we look at the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
This post describes the result of an internship of a month of integrating an experimental data analysis method into RIPE Atlas.
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