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From 27th Nov at 04:00 to 13:00 UTC, customers using Service Bus and Event Hubs in Australia Southeast may have experienced issues performing Create, Update, Rename, and Delete operations on their Services. Existing Service Bus and Event Hubs availability was not impacted by this incident. Engineers have validated that customers can now perform service management tasks on their Service Bus and Event Hubs Services. This incident is now mitigated.
On 26 Nov 2014 from 22:49 to 00:00 AM on the 27th UTC a subset of customers using Websites in East US may have experienced higher than normal latency or Error 503 when attempting to access websites. We have deployed a mitigation which has restored normal service availability, and our engineering teams are continuing to actively monitor the Service. No further updates will be sent out for this issue.
On 26 Nov 2014 from 21:45 to 22:08 PM UTC a subset of customers using Websites in West US may have experienced higher than normal latency or Error 503 when attempting to access websites. We have deployed a mitigation which has restored normal service availability, and our engineering teams are continuing to actively monitor the Service. No further updates will be sent out for this issue.
From 26 Nov 2014 15:19 to 19:05 UTC a subset of customers using Websites in West US may have seen higher than normal latency or 503 errors. We have verified that our mitigation has worked, and response times have returned to normal levels. No further updates will be sent for this issue.
From 15:16 to 15:30 on 25 Nov 2014 UTC we experienced an interruption to our Network Infrastructure, which may impacted a very small percentage of traffic to or from services hosted in our North American and European locations. If you encountered any errors please retry your requests. This incident has now been mitigated.
From 25th Nov at 10:16 UTC to 15:00 UTC, customers using Application Insights in the Azure Preview Portal (portal.azure.com) saw errors or higher than expected latency. We have completed mitigating this incident and service availability has returned to normal. This incident is now resolved.
From 24th Nov 2014 at 13:38 to 25th Nov at 02:20 UTC, customers using Application Insights may have experienced higher than normal data latency. Engineers have validated that data is properly flowing to our impacted customers. This incident has now been mitigated.
From 24th Nov at 08:00 to 14:37 PM UTC, Visual Studio Online customers may have experienced intermittent latency or data-slowness when accessing their VSO services. Engineers have finalised mitigation and service availability has returned to normal. Additional information may be found on the VSO Service Blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/vsoservice/archive/2014/11/24/slowness-in-vso-services.aspx.
From 17:33 PM to 18:00 PM on 23 Nov 2014 UTC a subset of customers using SQL Database in West Europe may have experienced connectivity or availability issues. Other Services, including Access Control 2.0 and Service Bus customers may have also been unavailable in West Europe as a result. Our systems have self-healed and this incident is mitigated.
From 19 Nov 2014 00:51 to 22 Nov 2014 20:30 UTC Azure experienced a Storage service interruption which impacted multiple cloud services. After resolving the storage incident, a subset of customers using Virtual Machines in multiple regions experienced connectivity issues. Details on the service interruption are available at http://azure.microsoft.com/blog/2014/11/19/update-on-azure-storage-service-interruption. This incident is now mitigated and we are finalizing repairs with a small set of customers.