This chart provides user-reported problems for Amazon Route 53 in the last 12 hours. It's a collection of user reports from different sources.
We continuously monitor the official Amazon Route 53 status page for updates on any ongoing outages. Check the stats for the latest 30 days and a list of the last Amazon Route 53 outages and possible affected you.
Minor Resolved · 4 months ago · lasted 15 minutes
11:06 AM PDT We are investigating increased API error rates and latency in the US-GOV-WEST-1 Region.
Minor Resolved · 4 months ago · lasted about 5 hours
3:57 AM PDT We are experiencing delays creating, deleting, and updating Route 53 health checks. This is also affecting provisioning and scaling workflows for services like ELB, EKS, and RDS that use Route 53 health checks as well. We have identified the issue and have a path towards recovery, however we do expect that to take at least a couple hours. Existing Route 53 health checks are operating normally, and are correctly reflecting the health status of their configured resources. 4:32 AM PDT We continue to work towards recovery of the Route 53 Health Check API, and expect health check create, update, and delete delays to be resolved within about 90 minutes. However, it will take a bit longer for other impacted services to fully recover their own provisioning and scaling workflows as they have their own backlogs to work through. 5:28 AM PDT The Route 53 health check API has recovered, and all operations are now being processed normally. Other services that were impa...
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Minor Resolved · 8 months ago · lasted about 2 hours
7:21 PM PDT We are aware of intermediate DNS resolution issues for certain specific AWS names. This is due to an issue with a third-party DNS provider outside AWS. DNS queries for domains hosted on Route 53 are operating without any issues at this time. We are actively working with the third-party DNS provider to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. 8:07 PM PDT We confirm intermediate DNS resolution issues for certain specific AWS names. This is due to an issue with a third-party DNS provider outside of AWS. The third-party DNS provider is working toward resolution. We are also working toward a resolution that addresses the issues the third-party provider has encountered. Queries for DNS records hosted on Route 53 are not affected by this issue. 8:42 PM PDT We can confirm the start of recovery in the DNS resolution issues for certain specific AWS names, as the change that caused this issue has been reverted by the third-party provider. We are continuing to work towa...
Minor Resolved · almost 2 years ago · lasted about 1 year
4:32 PM PDT We are investigating increased propagation times of DNS edits to Route 53 DNS servers. Queries to existing DNS records are not affected by this issue. 4:50 PM PDT We have identified the issue that has caused increased propagation times of DNS edits, and are working towards recovery. Queries to existing DNS records are not affected by this issue and are being answered normally. 5:05 PM PDT Between 4:08 PM and 4:58 PM PDT we experienced increased propagation times of DNS edits. Queries to existing DNS records were not affected by this issue. The issue has been resolved and the service is operating normally.
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