Massimo Candela

Based in Amsterdam




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At the time of writing articles listed here, Massimo Candela was Senior Software Engineer with R&D at the RIPE NCC, working mainly on developing web applications that provide a visual and interactive representation of large amounts of network data. Tools he played a key role in developing are go-to resources for network operators to monitor certain aspects of Internet performance: e.g. RIPE IPmap, RIPE Atlas, RIPEstat, BGPlay, TraceMON, and DNSMON.

Easy BGP Monitoring with BGPalerter

This is a brief tutorial that explains how to monitor BGP prefixes easily and effectively. For this purpose, we will use an open-source application named BGPalerter which is ready to go and requires almost no configuration. Currently, we use this solution at NTT, one of the largest global providers…

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Upstream Visibility: Monitor the Visibility of your Prefix

Upstream Visibility is the new tool produced by the Computer Network Research Group of Roma Tre in collaboration with the RIPE NCC. It is a web application which proposes a concise way of visualising interdomain routing data of a specified prefix.

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Big Data and Network Measurements at TMA 2018

The Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis Conference (TMA) took place in June in Vienna, Austria. A full week of events was scheduled - including a PhD school about Big Data on Monday and Tuesday, the TMA Experts Summit on Tuesday, and the main conference from Wednesday to Friday. Here's my summ…

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Visualising DNS Issues with DNSMON

This article is a summary of an academic paper, Visualization and Monitoring for the Identification and Analysis of DNS Issues, that was presented at the Tenth International Conference on Internet Monitoring and Protection in Brussels in June 2015.

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