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On to the latest additions to the ThousandEyes blog. Our Technical Marketing Manager, Ameet Naik, has released an article explaining how ThousandEyes detected the recent BGP hijack affecting Amazon's DNS service, Route 53.
Ian Waters, Solutions Marketing Director here in ThousandEyes, has written an article describing how SIDN (Stichting Internet Domeinregistratie Nederland) used ThousandEyes to assess the performance benefits of moving their DNS servers to anycast IP routing.
Additionally, our Vice President of Product Marketing, Alex Henthorn-Iwane, published an example of how users can leverage HTTP Server tests to monitor the availability of APIs mandated by the Open Banking Standard.
Without further ado, here are the the details of tonight’s release:
A few additions and changes to the API:
Added Voice Call and SIP Server tests to the "/tests" endpoint, as well as a “/voice/sip-server” endpoint
The /voice/metrics endpoint has been renamed to /voice/rtp-stream, all requests to the old endpoint will be redirected with HTTP/301 response.
/voice/rtp-stream endpoint now provides RTP stream layer test data for both RTP Stream and Voice Call tests.