Microsoft Azure Outage Map



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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 Locations

Outage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:

Location Reports
Fremont, CA 3
Sumter, SC 2
Tukwila, WA 1
Maltby, WA 1
Port Harcourt, Rivers State 1
Boulder, CO 1
Castrop-Rauxel, NRW 1
Siegen, NRW 1
Liège, Wallonia 1
Charlotte, NC 1
Seattle, WA 1
Napoli, Campania 1
Tlalpan, CDMX 1
Swadlincote, England 1
Basingstoke, England 1

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Microsoft Azure Comments

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Microsoft Azure Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • Richard Foyle (@foyle_rich) reported

    @MarkRice_1 I've applied at @Azure to support @kubernetesio @devsecops @thesecurityexperts @linux @windows @polyglot @strategic @RiskMgmt .

  • JudaZ (@JudaZuk) reported

    @jerrynixon @Azure No idea, the icon looks just as awful as the new Office icons though... A non descriptive mess in blue

  • uyle 🇺🇸🥇 (@uyle) reported

    @jerrynixon @Azure I miss the days when icon made sense. Notepads, pencils... I need the program name to tell what most are now.. Visual Studio has been consistently bad: abstract blocks and ribbons all day. sheesh. This is coming from a fan of Windows8's metro aesthetic.

  • Antoine3Lgeezluiz (@lgeezluiz) reported from Tukwila, Washington

    @googledrive @Google @XboxSupport @GoogleSupport3 @FBI @FBISeattle @AppleSupport @iTunes @robokiller @onedrive @Azure @Microsoft @Windows @MicrosoftHelps Im Antoine Lyndale Thomas. I need all my information ever recorded on all these programs never to be deleted for court

  • Chase Florell 🇨🇦 (@ChaseFlorell) reported

    @dylbot9000 @Azure @AzureSupport also, if YOU are someone affected by this Easy Auth issue. The temporary workaround is to add the following configuration value. WEBSITE_AUTH_AAD_BYPASS_SINGLE_TENANCY_CHECK=true

  • Chase Florell 🇨🇦 (@ChaseFlorell) reported

    @dylbot9000 I'll fill in the Vendor blank. @Azure has a current issue affecting all users using "Easy Auth" via the Azure portal. This problem was not publicly disclosed and we (our employer) was "missed" on the internal notification channel. @AzureSupport please do better.

  • Charles The Map Guy🗺 (@CharlesRobbins) reported from Sumter, South Carolina

    After a year of planning and deploying our enterprise #GIS to the @Azure #cloud we discovered the services we wanted to use in our @ArcGISOnline are just painfully slow and not realistic in today’s modern GIS. #disappointed to say the least with the players! @esri @Microsoft

  • Blumpkinhead (@SenatorIvy) reported

    @Office365 @Azure Once this has happened, good luck figuring out what thread is linked where between these objects, because you're not allowed to manage anything from the easy web side of things. Everything is synced on a minutes delay from AD which is a stodgy pile of shit.

  • Blumpkinhead (@SenatorIvy) reported

    I love dealing with @Office365 and its terrible @Azure AD Connect BS. The online side has no show of what each object's ID is, so enjoy when it creates dupes of your AD accounts because it's too stupid to match ****** usernames and needs userprincipaldickmeasurementGUID christ

  • Blumpkinhead (@SenatorIvy) reported

    I love dealing with @Office365 and its terrible @Azure AD Connect BS. The online side has no show of what each object's ID is, so enjoy when it creates dupes of your AD accounts because it's too stupid to match ****** usernames and needs userprincipaldickmeasurementGUID christ

  • Joey Lorich (@joeylorich) reported

    @kind_serge @aidapsibr @Azure And by overkill I mean for a service you generally don’t need or want load balancing, auto scale, dns, ssl termination, etc. ACI feels like a more natural fit with easy support for start/stop, but deployment and configuration isn’t as simple.

  • Chris R (@Tratcher) reported

    @phillipsj73 @blowdart @bradygaster @MaximRouiller @taborda_pedro @jldeen @keilonimitchell @Azure @aspnet @sebastienros @jeremylikness @cecilphillip Oh, and most importantly D) the IPs of the service proxies were an unstable set and not available to the app.

  • Joey Lorich (@joeylorich) reported

    @kind_serge @aidapsibr @Azure Noting inherently wrong, but a bit overkill. There are some hoops to jump through too - for example Web Apps will auto-restart your app if it doesn’t respond to an HTTP health check, which a service obviously wouldn’t.

  • Chris R (@Tratcher) reported

    @phillipsj73 @blowdart @bradygaster @MaximRouiller @taborda_pedro @jldeen @keilonimitchell @Azure @aspnet @sebastienros @jeremylikness @cecilphillip Went over this with @blowdart. This example is considered ok because A) it's only enabled in specific known environments, B) the machines are only accessible via the service reverse proxies, and C) the forwarders are limited to 1 hop (we only read the last one).

  • ‮r3kcahorter (@retrohack3r) reported

    @bitandbang @werzadnan @Azure @github Also, the NGinx rewrite rules are optional for mirrors now so it can be served directly from cloud storage. The network layer will do all the rewrite rules of if the mirror doesn’t.


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