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Tim is a senior software developer at NLnet Labs. He has been involved RPKI standards development and software implementation for well over 10 years. A number of IETF RFCs related to RPKI carry his name. Tim first got involved in this work as a software developer for RIPE NCC. Later he became the lead technical project manager for various RIPE NCC services, with the strongest focus remaining on RPKI and the whois. Tim joined NLnet Labs in July 2018, and since then has been working on the development of a new open-source RPKI server implementation written in Rust, which was first released late 2019: Krill.

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Dishing up Krill

Making sure that your RPKI Repository is available 24/7 can be a challenge. Krillsync - a tool developed at NLnet Labs specifically to help synchronise RRDP content - is here to help. In this article, find out about challenges in scaling up an RPKI Repository, what prompted Repository operators to …

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