Due to its limitations (small hop count, slow convergence, possibly large periodic updates), RIPv2 has always been deemed inferior to alternatives like OSPF and IS-IS.
However, over the years, people used to argue that both configuration simplicity and low impact on CPU would remain somewhat useful for corner-case applications.
Does this still hold true? Nowdays, CPUs are faster, links are speedier, the other complex IGP alternatives are widely known.
Can anyone please point specific use cases for considering RIPv2 in modern networking engineering?