Oracle launches Internet Intelligence Map
The map is part of Oracle’s Internet Intelligence initiative, which provides insight and analysis on the state of global internet infrastructure.
Oracle has announced the launch of its new Internet Intelligence Map that provides users with a simple, graphical way to track the health of the internet and gain insight into the impact of events such as natural disasters or state-imposed interruptions.
The Internet Intelligence Map presents three dimensions of internet connectivity side by side, providing a unique vantage point for monitoring the state of the global internet. The Map presents country-level connectivity statistics based on traceroutes, BGP, and DNS query volumes on a single dashboard.
The map is part of Oracle's Internet Intelligence initiative, which provides insight and analysis on the state of global internet infrastructure. The Internet Intelligence team is dedicated to reporting and covering issues such as country-level connectivity statistics, transit shifts, and security threats that impact the performance of the global internet.
"The internet is the world's most important network, yet it is incredibly volatile. Disruptions on the internet can affect companies, governments, and network operators in profound ways. With this offering, we are delivering on our commitment to making it a better, more stable experience for all who rely on it," said Kyle York, Vice President of product strategy for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
"It's important to have a global view of the internet in order to understand how external events prevent users from reaching your web-based applications and services. It is only when you have this insight that you can work around those issues to improve availability and performance," said Jim Davis, Founder and Principal Analyst of Edge Research Group.
The Internet Intelligence Map is just one of many advanced awareness and visibility tools that help Oracle improve the experience of the cloud by making it better and more reliable every day.