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Apollo Graph Outages

0 Outages in the last 7 days
3 Outages in the last 30 days
19 Days since last incident

Resolved Minor Delayed Emails for Apollo Studio

Beginning around 5:22am PST, an issue has been identified with emails being sent through Mailgun due to their systems being down ( Emails have not been lost, they're simply delayed and waiting in queue to be sent once Mailgun comes back online. We apologize for any inconvenience. This means that any emails such as reset password, sign up or invitations will be delayed. We'll keep this status page updated with any developments and progress. Thank you for your patience.

18 days ago

Resolved Minor Checks workflows broken

We are seeing an elevated number of checks requests failing in our API with “historical check data" as the errored response.

20 days ago

Resolved Minor Lag in updating schemas in Uplink

We are currently investigating an issue where we're seeing lag in updating schemas in Uplink. We are seeing no evidence that this is impacting currently served schemas, and thus, no gateways or routers should be impacted.

24 days ago

Resolved Minor Users unable to use @specifiedBy in managed federation 1.0 graphs

Users using federation 1.0 composition and `@specifiedBy` directives would get an error saying `Unknown directive "@specifiedBy".`. This was due to a misconfiguration in federation 1.0 validation logic which used graphql-js 15.0.0 to validate the generated supergraph core schema rather than using graphql-js 15.7.2. This bug was introduced at 18:20 UTC May 23, and a fix was released at 08:53 UTC May 24.

about 1 month ago

Resolved Minor Users unable to override schema check configuration when calling API directly

We are currently in the midst of resolving an issue around input coercion for users of schema checks that are calling our API directly or using the (legacy) Apollo Language Server to perform schema checks. If you are affected, you may receive errors indicating that your `historicParameters.from` and `` could not be parsed. To resolve, please wrap these values in quotation marks `"`. We are in the midst of fixing the issue to accept numeric input via the API and will update his page as we make progress.

about 1 month ago

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