This chart provides user-reported problems for Australia East in the last 12 hours. It's a collection of user reports from different sources.
We continuously monitor the official Australia East status page for updates on any ongoing outages. Check the stats for the latest 30 days and a list of the last Australia East outages.
Minor Resolved · about 2 months ago · lasted about 1 hour
Datacenter Cooling Event - Southeast Asia
Issue Summary: Starting around 20:19 UTC on 7 February 2023, a utility power surge in the Southeast Asia region tripped all of the chiller units for one datacenter offline. While working to restore the chiller units, temperatures in the datacenter increased so we had proactively powered down compute, storage and networking resources to avoid damage to hardware. All impacted infrastructure is in the same single datacenter, within one of the region’s three Availability Zones (AZs). We are continuing to work through our structured power-up process, initially targeting storage resources, followed by compute resources. We are actively monitoring as we work through this extended process, and storage restoration is progressing well. Downstream services that have been identified as impacted include Azure App Services, Azure Backup, Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Database for MySQL & flexible server, Azure Database for PostgreSQL & flexible server, Azure Log Analytics, Azure Red Hat OpenShif...
Minor Resolved · about 2 months ago · lasted 1 day
Datacenter Cooling Event - Southeast Asia - Extended Mitigation
Impact Statement:Starting around 20:19 UTC on 7 February 2023, a utility power surge in the Southeast Asia region tripped a subset of cooling units offline in one of the Availability Zones. While working to restore the cooling units, temperatures in the datacenter increased and we have proactively powered down a small subset of compute and storage units to avoid damage to hardware and reduce cooling system load.All impacted storage and compute scale units are in the same datacenter, within one of the region’s three Availability Zones (AZs). Multiple downstream services have been identified as impacted. Current Status – 03:30 UTCWe are continuing to focus our efforts on mitigation for services which were impacted due to this incident. The core storage and compute services restoration have been completed successfully.We have several other key services fully recovered and for some of which we are still working on post recovery checks. We are closely monitoring the datacenter metrics fo...
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Minor Resolved · 2 months ago · lasted about 3 hours
Azure Networking - Multiple regions - Validating Recovery
Between 07:05 UTC and 09:45 UTC on 25 January 2023, customers may have experienced issues with networking connectivity, manifesting as network latency and/or timeouts when attempting to connect to Azure resources in Public Azure regions, as well as other Microsoft services including M365, PowerBI.We've determined the network connectivity issue was occurring with devices across the Microsoft Wide Area Network (WAN). This impacted connectivity between clients on the internet to Azure, as well as connectivity between services in datacenters, as well as ExpressRoute connections. Current Status:We have identified a recent change to WAN as the underlying cause, and have taken steps to roll back this change. Our telemetry shows consistent signs of recovery from 09:45 UTC onwards across multiple regions and services. Most customers should now see full recovery as WAN networking has recovered fully. We are working to monitor and ensure full recovery for services that were impacted.The next u...
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