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Pulumi Outages

0 Outages in the last 7 days
0 Outages in the last 30 days
41 Days since last incident

Resolved Minor GitLab Integration Issues

We are aware that some users and organizations using GitLab-backed identity for their Pulumi organization are seeing intermittent issues with not seeing their organizations listed in the Pulumi Service UI or visible from pulumi stack ls in the CLI. This is due to changes that are rolling out to GitLab right now with https://about.gitlab.com/blog/2022/04/18/gitlab-releases-15-breaking-changes/#oauth-tokens-without-expiration. We are working on a mitigation for the Pulumi service to work with the new token expiration behaviours that are rolling out. In the meantime, users can logout of app.pulumi.com and then login again using their GitLab OAuth login flow, to refresh the token for 2 hours. Doing so should ensure you continue to see these organizations.

about 1 month ago

Resolved Minor GitHub-backed Pulumi Teams Outage

Pulumi APIs that interact with GitHub teams are erroneously returning 404s. This includes APIs that create, manage, and validate Pulumi teams backed by GitHub teams, and SCIM integrations that provisions teams backed by GitHub. Users may not be able to see or access stacks where access is granted via membership backed by a GitHub team. Org admins should still have access to all stacks. As a workaround, organizations that set the default stack permission to `NONE` can set the default stack permission to `WRITE` to give all members write access and bypass team membership checks. We have identified the issue, and are in the process of preparing a patch. https://github.blog/changelog/2022-02-22-sunset-notice-deprecated-teams-api-endpoints/

4 months ago

Resolved Minor Elevated error rate

We are currently experiencing an elevated error rate.

5 months ago

Resolved Minor Elevated error rate

We are currently experiencing an elevated error rate when contacting a dependent service.

7 months ago

Resolved Minor Connectivity Issues

Customers may have experienced degraded network performance to app.pulumi.com and api.pulumi.com due to a vendor.

10 months ago

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