RIPE NCC Educa::RIPE Atlas Agenda

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Time (UTC) Session Moderator Speakers and presentations Video
08:00 Introduction to RIPE NCC::Educa RIPE Atlas Rumy Kanis
(RIPE NCC)

Rumy Kanis (RIPE NCC)
- Welcome speech

Ferenc Csorba (RIPE NCC)
- Introduction to RIPE Atlas

Kaveh Ranjbar (RIPE NCC)
- State of the RIPE Atlas Project



08:45 RIPE Atlas and Internet Exchange Points Ferenc Csorba
(RIPE NCC)

Willem Toorop (NLnetLabs)
- Measuring IXP Interconnectivity

Emile Aben (RIPE NCC)
- IXP-Country-Jedi: Measuring Countries and IXPs with RIPE Atlas



09:30 BREAK
09:45 RIPE Atlas and DNS Massimiliano Stucchi
(RIPE NCC)

Stephane Bortzmeyer (AFNIC)
- DNS Measurements with RIPE Atlas

Shane Kerr (Oracle)
- A whirlwind tour of the DNS system with RIPE Atlas

Christopher Amin (RIPE NCC)
- Monitoring your Domain using DomainMON



11:00 BREAK
11:30 Tools and Software Using RIPE Atlas Vesna Manojlovic
(RIPE NCC)

Christopher Amin (RIPE NCC)
- Introduction to RIPE Atlas API

Massimo Candela (RIPE NCC)
- Build your Dashboard and Monitor your Network



12:15 Measuring Service Quality
Mirjam Kühne (RIPE NCC)

Christian Kaufmann (Akamai)
- An Analysis of the Internet Interconnection Density in IPv6 Compared to IPv4

Vesna Manojlovic (RIPE NCC)
- Measuring your Web Server Reachability



12:45 RIPE Atlas and Security Alvaro Vives
(RIPE NCC)

Laura Roberts (Princeton University)
- Our use of RIPE Atlas in our work on "The Effect of DNS on Tor's Anonymity"



13:00 Closing session

Rumy Kanis
(RIPE NCC)

Robert Kisteleki (RIPE NCC)
- RIPE Atlas: The Way Forward



13:30 End of the event

Great platform for webinars, also somebody is active to answer questions which is great.

Very informative. I liked that you had two people. One doing the presentation, and another dealing with questions.

I think the webinar is a great idea and hope you continue to do them.