[PDB Gov] PeeringDB innovations/changes in the last year
arnold at nipper.de
Mon Mar 11 12:16:54 PDT 2019
On 11.03.2019 17:24, Chris Caputo wrote:
> A sponsor asked for a summary of recent innovations/changes to PeeringDB
> in roughly the last year. I came up with the following and thought it
> worthwhile to share more widely, even if incomplete...
And let's not forget the work of the Admin Committee (AC). This is not
innovations/changes, but ongoing work. In 2018 AC did roughly 10.000
tickets. And they were able to close tickets in 0.24d in avg.
> Also, off the top of my head:
> - New branding was very recently introduced.
> - The infrastructure has moved to the cloud and is now primarily hosted
> on Amazon AWS, with multiple instances for redundancy and improved
> - A tutorial version of the web site is now available and being
> introduced at conferences. Arnold introduced this here:
> - Translations are growing in number and there is a web site available
> to assist in the process. Details at: https://docs.peeringdb.com/translation/
> - The software became Open Source in November and we welcome
> contributions from the community.
> - The Product Committee is searching for a product manager to hire!:
> - The "finger" service was retired and the "whois" service was moved to
> its own FQDN "whois.peeringdb.com":
> - A security audit was completed:
> Also please check out Arnold's most recent presentation which has more
> details on some of the above, at:
> Generally, we list recent presentations at: https://docs.peeringdb.com/
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