Guest Post: Verizon Digital Media Services share their experience using RIPE Atlas to better understand the behaviour of end user networks.
Guest Post: Bert Hubert discusses two new tools that provide robust histograms of DNS performance to help monitor for slow performance.
Guest Post: Verfploeter is a new, open-source anycast catchment mapping technique that provides almost four million vantage points.
Guest Post: Geolocation databases are used by researchers and network operators to learn the real-world location of a given IP address. But how reliable are these in terms of coverage and accuracy at both country- and city-level resolutions?
Geoff recaps some highlights from the technical presentations at RIPE 75 in Dubai.
Guest Post: Which is better measuring the connectivity and latency of web servers on the network level, HTTP or TCP Ping?
Guest Post: Check out how IX Australia have re-architected and designed a new platform to provide higher-definition network insights.
A three-year study sought to measure the difference between YouTube content delivery over IPv6 and IPv4 to understand which provides the best user experience.
Guest Post: New research shows that network operators cannot simply rely on the size of the IPv6 address space to hide open DNS resolvers.
Guest Post: New research studies the relationship between latency and anycast deployment of four Root DNS servers (C, F, K and L) to determine how many anycast sites are required for good latency.