Authors

Romeo Zwart

Based in Amsterdam (NL)

9

Articles

15

Likes on articles

About the author

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.

Links & Social

Published tags

RIS Route Collector Changes

We are starting to migrate the RIPE NCC RIS route collectors to the new data collection architecture.

0 You have liked this article 0 times.
0

Update on RIPE NCC Authoritative DNS Services

Recently we have seen an increase in the frequency of excessive traffic towards the RIPE NCC DNS infrastructure. Our servers generally absorb peak loads without an impact on our DNS services. However, to be better prepared for extreme traffic floods, we will work with an external party to provide a…

3 You have liked this article 0 times.
2

Report: K-root on 30 November and 1 December 2015

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.

4 You have liked this article 0 times.
0

Update on K-root Expansion

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.

dns
0 You have liked this article 0 times.
2

K-root Expansion Plan

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 projec…

dns
0 You have liked this article 0 times.
0

New Architecture Model for K-root Local Instances

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.

dns
0 You have liked this article 0 times.
12

Timeline for Phasing Out the Old TTM-based DNSMON

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.

0 You have liked this article 0 times.
0

Further Virtualisation Testing for the RIPE Atlas Anchor

This report is a follow up to an earlier article, in which we detailed our investigations into the use of virtualisation technology as a suitable means to provide other services via the RIPE Atlas anchor hardware, beyond its primary anchor function.

4 You have liked this article 0 times.
0

RIPE Atlas Anchor to RIPE NCC Service Node

This article describes the main results of a research project undertaken by Luigi Corsello. During this project Luigi looked at possibilities to use virtualisation technology to expand RIPE Atlas anchors to provide additional services.

4 You have liked this article 0 times.
0

Showing 9 article(s)

Previous
1
Next