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From 18th Oct, 2014, 19:00 to 20th Oct, 2014 22:00 UTC a limited subset of Virtual Networks customers may have experienced intermittent connectivity failures. Engineers have completed their mitigation steps and have validated that a very limited subset of customers may still be experiencing impact. Impacted customers will receive communication via their Management Portal in a separate message. This incident is now mitigated.
From 20th Oct, 2014, 16:40 to 18:22 UTC, customers with Virtual Machines, Cloud Services, or Storage deployed in Southeast Asia or East Asia may have experienced intermittent connectivity issues with their Azure Services. Engineers have validated that full connectivity has been restored to the impacted regions. This incident has now been mitigated.
From 18:27 PM UTC on 18th Oct, 2014 to 21:35 PM UTC on the 19th Oct, 2014 a subset of customers using DocumentDB in West US may have experienced intermittent errors when attempting to access the service. This incident has now been resolved. If you encountered an error please retry your request.
This issue has now been mitigated. From 2:21 UTC to 3:57 UTC on 10/18/2014 a subset of customers using applications or services may have experienced intermittent connectivity issues between datacenters in Southeast Asia and Japan East regions to datacenters in US and Europe (in particular in East US, North Central US, North Europe, South Central US, West Europe, West US, and Central US regions). They may not be have been able to connect to some of their resources as a result.
From 21:29 to 22:25 UTC on 17 October, 2014 A subset of customers using Azure services may have experienced a DNS error or inability to access their services due to a Network Infrastructure issue affecting a subset of clusters located in Japan East, North Europe, West Europe and West US regions. This incident has now been mitigated.
This incident has now been mitigated. From 22:30 UTC on 10/16/2014 to 10:40 UTC on 10/17/2014 a subset of customers may have seen an impact on connectivity between services in: (North Central US and Southeast Asia), (North Central US and East Asia), (South Central US and Southeast Asia). They may not be able to connect to some of their resources as a result.
This issue has now been mitigated. From 6:49 UTC to 8:13 UTC on 10/17/2014 a small subset of customers using SQL Database in West US may have experienced failures when they attempted to create a new database. Existing databases were not impacted.
Starting at 13:15 UTC until 22:00 UTC on 16 October 2014 a subset of customers may have been intermittently unable to access their Virtual Machine in East US. This issue is now mitigated.
This incident has now been mitigated. From 23:36 UTC on 10/15/2014 to 3:06 UTC on 10/16/2014 a limited subset of customers using websites in West US may have seen 503 errors when attempting to access their websites.
This issue has now been mitigated. From 1:02 UTC to 4:10 UTC on 10/16/2014 a subset of customers using Application Insights may have experienced latency or inability to access telemetry data in https://portal.azure.com/.