Minor · 6 days ago · lasted about 5 hours
AWS is experiencing an issue preventing the timely deployment of new hosts in a single availability zone in the us-east-1 region. As a result, some app and database restart, scale, and deployment operations that result in a new host being provisioned may fail and roll back. Running apps and databases are not impacted by this failure.
Minor · 2 months ago · lasted 17 minutes
We are investigating several EC2 dedicated host failures affecting some customers with apps and databases in us-east-1, related to an AWS incident. Affected apps are currently being restarted on healthy instances (apps scaled to 2 or more are automatically distributed across availability zones and will automatically failover).
Minor · 3 months ago · lasted about 1 hour
We are currently experiencing issues with operations being delayed. Our Engineering team is currently investigating—more updates to follow.
Minor · 4 months ago · lasted about 4 hours
Related to the 6/20 incident, some customers on Dedicated Stacks are seeing a continued disruption to their Metric Drains. We are implementing a fix for those customers/stacks and will follow up via support tickets to affected customers.
Minor · 4 months ago · lasted 28 minutes
During a rollout of an updated version of Metric Drains in the past hour, some customers on dedicated stacks experienced an interruption in service for Metric Drains. The issue has been identified and is being addressed, with the issue expected to be resolved for all affected customers within the following 10 minutes.
Minor · 4 months ago · lasted about 1 hour
We are aware of ongoing issues with AWS related to a failure of the Lambda service. Our assessment is that there is no direct impact to the availability or performance of any Aptible hosted services. One impact we are monitoring is that copying Database backups to a second region is not working at this time. When the incident resolves, the copies will be made automatically. If you are utilizing any AWS services directly in your own AWS account, you may monitor the status of those services at https://health.aws.amazon.com/health/status
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