Microsoft Azure Outage Map
Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centers.
Microsoft Azure Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Ehere, Abia State||2|
|Los Angeles, CA||1|
|Sumida-ku, Tokyo Prefecture||1|
|PETROL BUNK ORR, KA||1|
|Envigado, Departamento de Antioquia||1|
|Tuluá, Departamento del Valle del Cauca||1|
|Bucaramanga, Departamento de Santander||1|
|Hemel Hempstead, England||1|
|Sutton Coldfield, England||1|
|Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá||1|
|Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid||1|
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Microsoft Azure Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@AbelSquidHead @zdeptawa @Azure @AbelSquidHead that was one idea, need to generate several resource quickly to mirror a project's subscription and resource group environments. Working on several projects at the same time. Then after test security principals tear it down and move on to the next project.
@AzureSupport @Azure Confirmed: we are going to be hard down until “sometime early next week”. I guess we’ll just have to start considering moving to a provider that cares about non-enterprise customers. It boggles my mind that any kind of exception handling would result in something like this.
@Murdockcrc @onedrive @Azure It’s linked to #O365 but it’s not the #OneDrive for Business, as that one doesn’t support O365 autosave. It came with with 1TB of storage, of which about 16% was in use. Still no access to my data. To be honest, I’ll never rely on it again, nor do I think anyone else should.
Been really happy with @Azure for many years until today. Updated the name of a subscription and it's now stuck in some sort of limbo that's taken down all of my active services and @AzureSupport autoresponder says they'll get back to me in 3-5 business days.
@GerdAschemann @SwissDevJobs @TomHombergs @GCPcloud @Azure had the same issue. It seams that they want to obscure by purpose
@daeken @Azure @PictureAge Well I'm not doing anything with my access to it or the $100 credit that comes with it so if I can help in anyway let me know.
@IceFrog29323598 @Azure @PictureAge No problem, happy to help! 100% of the credit for the idea goes to @Infosec_Taylor -- she was doing this hard work by hand, I just wrote some Python to automate it.
@IceFrog29323598 @Azure @PictureAge Yup! Reply bug and all 😂 Time to fix...
@isaacrlevin @JoonasWestlin @Azure @SureshJayabalan I actually considered device code flow for this scenario at one point, with a good MSAL cache to minimize required re-auth. I’m not convinced it’s worth going down that road though.
@isaacrlevin @JoonasWestlin @Azure @SureshJayabalan Yeah, I’ve spent far too much time thinking on this particular problem. Easy Auth Express is also not the answer (yet), as it requires a POST action to enable on App Service, so Express config is not deployable via ARM
@coderbyheart @Azure Nope i never tried, we use much more than 400 RU..
@geo_walters @SQLRockstar @onedrive @Azure That was the first thing I did. Got message that “higher call volumes” etc. In the meantime: no access to my data and a feeling of broken trust.
@rafaldotnet @SQLRockstar @onedrive @Azure Contact support @onedrive
@rafaldotnet @onedrive @Azure Poor form...
@AzureSupport @Azure internal app service deployment taking more time then expected. It’s 1 hour and I am still waiting to complete.