Long-term Data Collection and Analysis of Outages at the Edge

Long-term Data Collection and Analysis of Outages at the Edge

Heidemann, John
USC/Information Sciences Institute

John Heidemann 2013. Long-term Data Collection and Analysis of Outages at the Edge. Talk given at CAIDA Workshop on Active Internet Measurement Systems.

Abstract

No formal abstract, but this talk described our analysis of outages in edge networks at the time of Hurricane Sandy, and how that work was enabled by long-term data collection. The analysis showed U.S. networks had double the outage rate (from 0.2% to 0.4%) on 2012-10-30, the day after Sandy landfall, and recovered after four days. We highlighted long-term data collection of Internet Surveys, a random sample of about 41,000 /24 blocks. The talk was part of the CAIDA Workshop on Active Internet Measurement Systems, hosted at UCSD.

Reference

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  title = {Long-term Data Collection and Analysis of
                    Outages at the Edge},
  howpublished = {Talk given at CAIDA Workshop on Active
                    Internet Measurement Systems},
  month = feb,
  year = {2013},
  sortdate = {2013-02-08},
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