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MongoDB Cloud Outages

2 Outages in the last 7 days
4 Outages in the last 30 days
1 Days since last incident

Resolved Major MongoDB Cloud: The web UI and API are currently unresponsive

We are investigating an issue where MongoDB Cloud customers will see error pages instead of the Atlas or Cloud Manager UI. We will update this issue shortly. Atlas clusters are unaffected by this issue, but creation, deletion, and modification is currently not possible.

1 day ago

Resolved Minor MongoDB Atlas: Delays in Azure modifications

We have identified an issue with an upstream provider that affects all Azure modifications. Affected customers will see the "blue bar" for an extended period of time during these operations. Modifications include Cluster creation/modification, DB users, ip access list changes etc. Updates will be queued and delayed while we investigate the cause.

4 days ago

Resolved Minor MongoDB Atlas: IP Access List modifications delayed on Azure

We have identified an issue with modifying IP Access Lists for Projects that have clusters in Azure. Affected customers will see the "blue bar" for an extended period of time during these modifications. Other modifications (Cluster creation/modification, DB users, etc.) are unaffected and will progress regardless of the IP Access List modification status.

26 days ago

Resolved Minor MongoDB Atlas: New cluster creation and modification, including healing, is paused

Atlas cluster creation and modification requests are queued at this time. Atlas will resume these requests when this incident is over. IP access list and DB user modifications are also queued.

28 days ago

Resolved Minor MongoDB Atlas: Creation of new clusters in Azure delayed

We have identified an issue creating Azure clusters for some customers. This primarily affects Projects which have never had Azure clusters before or have never had them in a particular region. Affected customers may see the "blue bar" for an extended period of time while we address this with our upstream providers. Existing clusters are unaffected.

about 1 month ago

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