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From 31 Oct, 2014 20:35 to 21:53 UTC a limited subset of customers using Cloud Services in South Central US experienced the inability to create new Virtual Machines and Cloud Services. This incident has now been mitigated.
From 31 Oct, 2014 17:05 to 20:35 UTC a limited subset of customers using the Websites service in the Central US experienced high latency when browsing websites and observed error 503 messages when attempting to access their websites. This incident has now been mitigated.
From 31 Oct, 2014 05:50 to 09:42 UTC a limited subset of customers in North Central US who enable Geo Redundancy and read from secondary functionality might have experienced issues. All other Storage services were functioning as expected. This incident has now been mitigated.
This incident has now been fully mitigated. From 30 Oct, 2014 20:00, new Application Insight customers were unable to create new Usage services, existing customers were unable to create new applications to Usage services, and some customers might see errors in their Usage reports. As of 30 Oct, 2014 23:30 UTC engineers implemented a configuration change to mitigate the impact and confirmed recurrence is not expected.
As of 30 Oct, 2014 01:28 UTC Engineers identified an issue where a very limited subset of customers attempted to create new Azure Batch Apps services might experience some latency. Initially it was believed that this incident would be a customer impact event; however, upon further analysis of the incident, creation of Azure Batch Apps services continue to be healthy.
From 30 Oct, 2014 00:04 to 01:30 UTC Engineers identified an issue where a very limited subset of customers using Cloud Services in North Central US might experience failures while attempting to perform Service Management operations such as removing/updating deployments. Existing Cloud Services were still functioning as expected. This incident has now been mitigated.
From 28 Oct. 2014 16:28 to 29 Oct. 2014 02:10 UTC Customers using Visual Studio Online may have experienced the inability to link older VSO Accounts to their Azure subscription in the Azure Management Portal. Newly created Visual Studio Online accounts were not impacted. Engineers have completed the fix deployment, and this incident has now been mitigated.
Starting from 26th Oct 2014 21:47 to 28th Oct 2014 13:47 UTC, engineers received reports in which a limited subset of customers in multiple regions were unable to view their list of cloud services in the Management Portal, REST API or PowerShell. Cloud Services were healthy and running as expected during this time. Upon analysis of the incident, service impact was determined to be limited. This incident has now been mitigated.
From 27 Oct, 2014 07:45 AM to 11:48 AM UTC, Application Insights customers who use Client Performance Data might have experienced latency. All other data sets were available normally during this time. This incident has now been mitigated.
Starting 24th Oct, at 23:29 to 25th Oct, at 00:39, 2014, a subset of Azure customers may have experienced issues when attempting to log in to the Management Portal. Customers using Microsoft Accounts (formerly known as Windows Live ID) were impacted by this incident. Organizational Accounts, such as Work or School accounts were not impacted by this incident. This incident is now mitigated.