This chart provides user-reported problems for Netlify API in the last 12 hours. It's a collection of user reports from different sources.
We continuously monitor the official Netlify API status page for updates on any ongoing outages. Check the stats for the latest 30 days and a list of the last Netlify API outages.
Major Resolved · 3 months ago · lasted 44 minutes
Issue with logging into Netlify
The team is investigating an issue with logging into Netlify that started at 11:13 UTC.
Minor Resolved · 5 months ago · lasted 42 minutes
Errors and latencies across several services
We are currently investigating errors and latencies across several services starting 13:13 UTC.
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Minor Resolved · 6 months ago · lasted 30 minutes
Increased Errors and Latency on Origin, Standard and High-Performance Edge, API, and Build System
From 21:02 UTC to 21:06 UTC there were increased errors on our Origin Servers, Standard and High-Performance Edge Network, API, and Build System. The team has found the root cause and mitigated the issue but continues to monitor.
Minor Resolved · 6 months ago · lasted 29 minutes
API and Build System Degradation
Beginning at 16:44 UTC, we observed increased latency and errors in our API and build system. The affected components have returned to normal and the team continues to monitor.
Minor Resolved · 6 months ago · lasted about 1 hour
Hosted DNS records not changeable
Our service is currently unable to change, create, or delete DNS records since 16:14 UTC. We are working with our service provider to repair. Until we have resolved the situation, our UI will show error messages about not applying any changes in case you attempt these operations.
Minor Resolved · 7 months ago · lasted 27 minutes
Increased errors and latencies on our API, Origin Servers and Build services
We are investigating increased latencies and errors on our API, Origin Servers and Build services.
Minor Resolved · 9 months ago · lasted 15 minutes
Increased error rates
We are investigating an issue causing increased errors for the High-Performance Edge Network, the Standard Edge Network, and the build pipeline.
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