We have redesigned and improved the way we mirror other databases. We now have a method of translating the operational data from other registries (for instance from other Regional Internet Registries or the RADb) into the RIPE Database structure.
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When we started developing the RIPE Database API and the accompanying RESTful web services, we first implemented the "Read" service. The RESTful web services now also support Create, Update and Delete functionalities. Not only did we implement these methods, but we also introduced some workflow ref…
A while ago we announced the new Global Resource Service (GRS) for the RIPE Database. It allows you to query other Regional Internet Registry (RIR) databases and Routing Registry data using the RIPE Database interface. In this article we describe this service some more and show some examples.
The RIPE NCC is improving the RIPE Database functionality and usability by introducing a trial of an improved service. With this new service it is easier for any user to see which of the data objects they’re looking at are maintained by the RIPE NCC or an Internet resource Holder.
Over the last few months, since the last release of our RESTful Query Web Service, we have been adding functionality and fixed some issues that we found while using the underlying API. So, with this update we are releasing all these refinements and fixes to you. Most of the improvements address …
During the last RIPE Meeting, discussions took place around Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) in association with routing. To give you an idea how an Internet Routing Registry generated from RPKI repositories may look like, we published a prototype of a RIPE Database instance that will serv…
Since the first announcement of the RIPE Database Query API, some changes and additions have been implemented. They are described in this article.