I am at the IETF 98 in Chicago and I am planning to do a bit of blogging during the week, sharing highlights from my own very personal perspective.
In this second article focusing on what our stats and data show us about a country in our service region, we look at Ireland and how it compares with countries of similar population in northern Europe.
The RIPE NCC launched its campaign to sponsor fifteen new RIPE Atlas anchors in January. We're glad to announce that we've now selected the first five candidates who'll benefit from the campaign!
Did you ever attend one of our Basic or Advanced IPv6 Training courses? There's a good chance you did. In 2016, we organised 48 face-to-face IPv6 training courses, almost one every week. Every week, we receive requests for more IPv6 training courses in our region. The demand is high and the capacity of our training team is limited.
Affordability and security are two essential components of establishing and managing any Internet Exchange Point (IXP).
A new set of system tags have been created to identify RIPE Atlas probes with a proven record of delivering successful measurement results.
We take a look at the current Internet status in Uzbekistan using RIPE NCC data and statistics. This is the start of a series featuring various countries in our service region.
Two new DNS measurements, both designed to assess the impact of issues with one or more root name servers, have been added to every RIPE Atlas probe.
In order to manufacture Internet connectivity, network operators around the globe make a joint effort. As of today, they have interconnected more than 55,000 Autonomous Systems. By the measure of existence, the Internet gives evidence of a remarkable degree of decentral coordination between networkers. But this evidence is vague.
This article is based on the IPv6 Best Practices document published for the Internet Governance Forum 2016 by Izumi Okutani, Sumon A. Sabir and Wim Degezelle.
We found a bug in a dataset that we've been producing for years.
The RIPE Fellowship will fund up to five attendees from the RIPE NCC service region to participate in a RIPE Meeting.
Six months have passed since we last reported on the status of RIPE Atlas probe connections. Time for an update.
This post provides an update on our IPv6 RIPEness project, including an analysis of IPv6 RIPEness for new Local Internet Registries (LIRs).
The concept of a 5th generation of mobile networking is gaining traction – not only among policy makers but also in technical standardisation work.
We are at a very important decision point in Internet history. Will we accept insecure and unsafe Internet of Things (IoT) devices that erode our privacy and open our home networks to intrusion from hackers? Or will we hold vendors accountable for their security and privacy decisions in the products they sell us?
Time for another annual roundup from the world of IP addresses. Let’s see what has changed in the past 12 months in addressing the Internet, and look at how IP address allocation information can inform us of the changing nature of the network itself.
For the 2017 edition of the Free and Open Software event FOSDEM, our Community Builder Vesna Manojlovic gave an interview about moral obligations of engineers, scientists and hackers, based on the example of RIPE Atlas.
The RIPE NCC is pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring 15 new RIPE Atlas anchors in 2017. This article provides details about the campaign and introduces the criteria that will be used to decide which applicants will receive sponsorship.
Over the past few years, many new local Network Operator Groups (NOGs) have been set up, each of them defined by their own unique characteristics. We wanted to share some of our experiences from setting up the Netherlands Network Operator Group (NLNOG).