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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

PeeringDB accuracy - is blind faith reasonable?
Meeting: NANOG58
Date / Time: 2013-06-05 3:00pm - 3:30pm
This item is webcast
Room: Crescent City Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Job Snijders, Atrato IP Networks

Job Snijders is a Senior Networker at Atrato IP Networks (AS 5580), one of the largest backbones in Europe. Job develops high-end networks and provides advise on everything for which the network is an integral part. Job has regularly taught IPv6 at MENOG workshops in the Middle East. He is actively involved in the the global operator community through the NLNOG RING, the RIPE Program Committee and has helped develop the LISP protocol within the IETF.
Abstract: PeeringDB is a unique source of user submitted peering information! But is it worthy of the operator's trust that automated tooling requires? Based on novel research performed with various data sources, this quantitative analysis sheds light on how we must view PeeringDB and its role in the peering ecosystem.
Files: pdfPeeringDB accuracy - is blind faith reasonable?(PDF)
youtubePeeringDB accuracy - is blind faith reasonable?
Sponsors: None.

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