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Despite the few RIPE Atlas probes available in Latin America, it is possible to obtain interesting measurements about changes in network architecture.
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There was a power outage last week in the north of The Netherlands, a country with a very high density of RIPE Atlas probes. This density provides us with some ...
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A few weeks ago we gave you a heads up about a new visualisation tool in RIPE Atlas called DomainMON, and we're pleased to announce that this is now available ...
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We've enabled RIPE NCC members to do IPv6-traceroutes from all RIPE Atlas probes to IPv6 destinations. Until now they could get the raw analysis results ...
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I attended a conference on Broadband Services and Infrastructure Mapping, which I think had some interesting content for RIPE Labs readers.
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During the RIPE 70 Meeting in Amsterdam this week (on 13 May around 10:00 UTC), we experienced a network outage at AMS-IX. Let's see how this was monitored by ...
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While the cyclone Pam is battering the South Pacific, we're monitoring how this affects Vanuatu.
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RIPE Atlas back-end applications run on more than 40 servers. Each day these machines can produce thousands of application logs of any kind of severity level. ...
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For a while now, the number of active RIPE Atlas probes has hovered around the 9,400 mark. This means that new probes are being connected at a fast enough rate ...
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Humans are pretty good at finding patterns in network measurements, but it can be difficult to automate this so one can process many time series at the same ...
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