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We continuously monitor the official FortiWeb Cloud status page for updates on any ongoing outages. Check the stats for the latest 30 days and a list of the last FortiWeb Cloud outages.
Minor Resolved · 28 days ago · lasted about 6 hours
Temporary attack log malfunction
Due to a log component malfunction, the attack log for all applications will temporarily not display between 12:00 and 16:00 PST. Once the issue is resolved, logs from outside the outage period will resume. Please be aware of this.
Major Resolved · 3 months ago · lasted 18 minutes
Connectivity issues - Platform (Region) - FortiWeb Cloud
We have identified intermittent connectivity issues with the FortiWeb Cloud scrubbing centers running on Azure Cloud. For other users who have selected Azure Cloud as their only region, this issue might cause issues with access to your applications. We are working on it with the highest priority and hope to solve it as soon as possible
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Minor Resolved · 8 months ago · lasted 19 minutes
AWS us-east-2(Ohio) EC2 experienced loss of power due to affected AWS Availability Zone
Some EC2 instances in AWS us-east-2(Ohio) may experienced the loss of power issue this morning due to affected AWS Availability Zone. Currently, power has been restored and the majority of the affected EC2 instances have recovered and the rest is expected to recover within one hour. Attached is the Instance Impairments Statement from AWS: [10:49 AM PDT] We continue to see recovery of EC2 instances that were affected by the loss of power in a single Availability Zone in the US-EAST-2 Region. At this stage, the vast majority of affected EC2 instances and EBS volumes have returned to a healthy state and we continue to work on the remaining EC2 instances and EBS volumes. Elastic Load Balancing has shifted traffic away from the affected Availability Zone. Single-AZ RDS databases were also affected and will recover as the underlying EC2 instance recovers. Multi-AZ RDS databases would have mitigated impact by failing away from the affected Availability Zone. While the vast majority of La...
Minor Resolved · 9 months ago · lasted 1 minute
ElasticSearch failure in US region
Due to the failure of ElasticSearch in US region, the traffic statistics of US region related APPs between 11:00 and 11:25 PST are temporarily lost. For example, the Throughput data in the dashboard during this period is abnormal. Please be aware of this.
User-reported problems for FortiWeb Cloud in the last 12 hours. It's a collection of user reports from different sources.
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