25 years ago today the first web page was accessed by the public, changing the lives of billions of people.

We at Nagios are looking forward to monitoring both public and private networks for the next 25 years and beyond.

 

While the first page was only accessible to CERN members, the first publicly available web page was accessed on August 23, 1991. This day, almost 25 years ago – Internet became basis of our communication and information exchange.

 

Internet, even after 25 years of its development and deployment, is underserved at best. “The decision to make the web an open system was necessary for it to be universal. You can’t propose that something be a universal space and at the same time keep control of it,” reads a post by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in his website.

Source: Internet turns 25 today, but Tim Berners-Lee thinks it’s not neutral | The Indian Express