Geoff Huston delves into the statistics to test common theories on the deployment of IPv6. Are they true?
Guest Post: Leveraging end hosts is an efficient way to monitor the health of a network, compare performances across providers, and quickly spot issues.
Guest Post: First of its kind study monitors the growth of a new transport protocol, QUIC.
Guest Post: Study scans 600 million certificates from 30 CT logs to analyze the application of best security practices.
Guest Post: Coupled with an additional two-bit signal, the Valid Edge Counter, the QUIC spin bit can provide a higher resolution of latency trouble spots in a network.
Guest Post: A study looking at TLS adoption in Japan finds HTTPS web traffic has increased by a factor of 14 in the last 10 years.
Guest Post: Kepler is a new method to automate the localization and monitoring of outages at IXPs and interconnection facilities by using publicly available data.
Guest Post: Study seeks to measure adoption of HTTP/2 and whether Server Push really does speed up the Web.
Guest Post: Study uses public measurement data to investigate the nature of congestion, which can assist in resolving disputes.
Guest Post: Best practices for how to monitor your network more effectively within a budget.