This chart provides user-reported problems for DigitalOcean Kubernetes in the last 12 hours. It's a collection of user reports from different sources.
We continuously monitor the official DigitalOcean Kubernetes status page for updates on any ongoing outages. Check the stats for the latest 30 days and a list of the last DigitalOcean Kubernetes outages.
Minor Resolved · 7 days ago · lasted about 8 hours
Network connectivity in FRA1 and AMS3 regions
As of 08:43 UTC, our Engineering team is investigating reports of networking connectivity issues in our FRA1 and AMS3 regions. Users may have experienced packet loss/latency, timeouts, and related issues with Droplet-based services in these regions, including Droplets, Managed Kubernetes, and Managed Database. We will share an update once we have further information.
Minor Resolved · 2 months ago · lasted about 20 hours
Our Engineering team is investigating an issue with Kubernetes clusters in the AMS3 region. During this time, a subset of users may experience errors while communicating with their clusters in the AMS3 region. Specifically, as of 00:18 UTC, users may be unable to load the Kubernetes Dashboard in the Cloud Control Panel, see errors when accessing via kubectl, and/or see unauthorized errors when attempting to establish connectivity. We apologize for the inconvenience and will share an update once we have more information.
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Minor Resolved · 2 months ago · lasted about 2 hours
As of 00:00 UTC, Our Engineering team is investigating an issue with Droplet creation in our SFO3 region. During this time, a subset of users may experience issues while creating Droplets, Load Balancers, Managed Databases, or Kubernetes clusters. We apologize for the inconvenience and will share an update once we have more information.
Minor Resolved · 2 months ago · lasted about 4 hours
Droplet, Managed Kubernetes, Managed Database and Load Balancer in LON1 region
As of 10:13 UTC, our Engineering team is investigating an issue impacting Droplet, Managed Kubernetes, Managed Database and Load Balancer creation in the LON1 region. During this time, users may experience issues with Droplet event processing, provisioning new Kubernetes clusters, Managed Database creation and creating new Load Balancers in the LON1 region. We apologize for the inconvenience and will share an update once we have more information.
Minor Resolved · 4 months ago · lasted about 6 hours
Cloud Control Panel and API
We are investigating reports of issues reaching the DigitalOcean Cloud Control Panel and API. At this time, users may see 500 errors or latency when attempting to reach both the Control Panel and API. We'll provide an update shortly.
Minor Resolved · 4 months ago · lasted about 1 hour
Droplet Creations and Account Creations
Our Engineering team is investigating an issue with a core DigitalOcean service. Beginning 16:48 UTC, users may observe latency or errors when creating Droplets and Droplet-based services like Load Balancers, Managed Kubernetes, and Managed Databases via both the Cloud Control Panel and API. Users may also notice a message for "IP unavailable" in the Cloud Control Panel for new Droplets. Additionally, users may experience intermittent issues when creating new accounts or teams, including errors in adding payment methods. We apologize for the inconvenience and will post an update as soon as further information is available.
Minor Resolved · 4 months ago · lasted about 2 hours
Managed Kubernetes Service
As of 15:30 UTC, our Engineering team has identified an issue with our Managed Kubernetes service in all regions and is working on a fix. Users may experience errors while deploying new Kubernetes clusters, adding new nodes and node pools to existing clusters, and delays in autoscaling node pools. Users might also see errors while accessing the Managed Kubernetes dashboard from the Cloud Control Panel. We apologize for the inconvenience and will post an update as soon as we have further information.
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