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AWS Latest Stats, Incidents, and Reports

1
Incidents in the last 7 days
6
Incidents in the last 30 days
Reports in the last 12 hours
1
days since last incident

Resolved Minor Increased Error Rates

10:13 AM PDT We are investigating increased error rates and latencies for API Gateway in the EU-WEST-1 Region. Some other AWS services are also affected by this issue, which we will provide further details on shortly. We are working to determine root cause and resolve the issues. 10:31 AM PDT We can confirm increased error rates and latencies for API Gateway in the EU-WEST-1 Region. Both the error rates and latencies are at a low enough level where retries would allow for a request to succeed. We have identified the root cause and are working to fully resolve the issue. The following AWS services are experiencing low levels of error rates as a result of this issue: Amazon Certificate Manager (ACM), AppSync, Cognito, EKS, Fault Injection Simulator (FIS), Service Catalog, and Sagemaker. We continue to work towards resolving the issue.

1 day ago

Resolved Minor Increased API Errors and Latencies

8:17 PM PDT We are investigating increased error rates and latencies for Connect, Subscribe & Publish operations in the US-WEST-2 Region. 8:40 PM PDT We have identified the root cause for increased error rates and latency of Connect, Subscribe and Publish operations for new connections in the US-WEST-2 Region and are working towards resolution. A scheduled update to optimize the underlying infrastructure for the AWS IoT registry resulted in lower memory availability than required - this has been corrected, and recovery is in progress. Existing connections are not affected.

14 days ago

Resolved Minor Network Connectivity Issues

5:00 PM PDT We are investigating connectivity issues for some EC2 instances, RDS databases and degraded performance for some EBS volumes in a single Availability Zone (APNE2-AZ2) in the AP-NORTHEAST-2 Region. We are working to resolve the issue. If you have any questions or are experiencing any operational issue with any of our services, please contact the AWS Support department via the AWS Support Center at https://console.aws.amazon.com/support. 5:11 PM PDT Starting at 4:29 PM PDT, we experienced a loss of power to the underlying hardware for some EC2 instances and EBS volumes within a single Availability Zone in the AP-NORTHEAST-1 Region. Power was restored at 4:36 PM PDT, and the affected EC2 instances and EBS volumes began to recover. At this stage, the majority of affected EC2 instances and EBS volumes have recovered, and we continue to work on the small number that are still affected. Some RDS databases also experienced connectivity issues during this time period. Multi-...

17 days ago

Resolved Minor Increased Error Rates

8:03 AM PDT We are investigating increased Amazon Redshift API and Console error rates in the US-EAST-1 Region. 8:58 AM PDT We continue to investigate increased Amazon Redshift API and Console error rates in the US-EAST-1 Region that impact cluster management operations and may impact customer queries and applications using the Redshift Data API and JDBC/ODBC drivers using temporary credentials. 9:34 AM PDT We are narrowing in on the root cause of the issue causing increased Amazon Redshift API and Console error rates in the US-EAST-1 Region. The issue is impacting cluster management operations and may impact customer queries and applications using the Redshift Data API and JDBC/ODBC drivers when using temporary credentials.

20 days ago

Resolved Minor Increased Launch Error Rates

3:30 AM PDT We are investigating increased error rates for new launches that uses EBS Encryption from an unencrypted AMI in a single Availability Zone (apse1-az1) in the AP-SOUTHEAST-1 Region. For a small number of volumes in the Availability Zone, increased EBS I/O latencies may also be experienced. Existing instances are not affected, and no other launch requests are affected. We have identified the root cause and are working towards recovery.

21 days ago

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