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Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centers.

Microsoft Azure Most Affected Locations

Outage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:

Location Reports
San Francisco, CA 2
Houston, TX 2
Hoofddorp, nh 1
Sydney, NSW 1
Central Coast, NSW 1
Alpharetta, GA 1
Drochtersermoor, Lower Saxony 1
Melbourne, VIC 1
Colorado Springs, CO 1
Edinburgh, Scotland 1
Issaquah, WA 1
Sonthofen, Bavaria 1
Petaloùdes, South Aegean 1
Birmingham, England 1
Trowbridge, England 1
Ocean City, NJ 1
Garland, TX 1

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Microsoft Azure Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • Arachnephobia (@feffreyalsup) reported

    @XboxSupport I need help I am unable to play my game rainbow six siege due to @Azure servers keep getting Ddossed Players are stressing the server to avoid a loss. I have video proof @Ubisoft @Rainbow6Game doesn't want to do anything about these Ddossing cheating

  • Dave Roberts (@reloadsoftware) reported

    @AzureSupport @Azure @awscloud I wasn't made aware of this process, I contacted billing support and was sent an excel spreadsheet detailing costs, replied explaining I hadn't set up services (detailing which) among other discrepancies, and have had no response in 4 days.

  • Dave Roberts (@reloadsoftware) reported

    Well, @azure, you've let yourselves down. Account hacked, support contacted, and I'm left with no support and a £4,500 bill. Thanks @AzureSupport!

  • Ken Dale (@kendaleiv) reported

    Support for @Azure App Service Certificates and @Azure Front Door were added in this release!

  • Lê Quang Khải (@ScottLee318) reported

    @AzureSupport @Azure I'm looking for a way to deploy datadog agent to instrument and monitor the app service for container. But couldn't find a clean way 😞😞

  • Michael Teske 🥩🥃 (@Teskemj) reported

    @skatterbrainzz @FiveGuys yep! reboot of my first migration course. The @azure migrate service got a face lift. One stop shop now.

  • Dattatray Kulkarni (@dattatrayhk) reported

    @azure The links on this Building IoT Solutions with Azure: A Developer’s Guide page for "view reports" are broken.

  • Hamid Sadeghpour Saleh (@sadeghpour_h) reported

    Today, organizations can sign up for a service from a cloud provider to get up and running. This enables them to begin selling or providing services to their customers more quickly, without the need for significant upfront costs. @Azure #cloudservices #microsoftazure #azure

  • Jen Triñanes (@jentrinanes) reported

    Still at @cloudemployee @Azure Cognitive Service brownbag session. Doing a demo on image analysis. You don't have to become a data scientist to do this!

  • Kellan Damm (@kellandamm) reported

    @Lost_Signal @ExchangeGoddess @jcefidel Right! And even today if a customer wants to take advantage of @Azure hybrid benefit they need SA on datacenter or Standard licenses.

  • Lê Quang Khải (@ScottLee318) reported

    Too painful to deploy a production service using @Azure app service for container 😩😩

  • Neil Cattermull (@NeilCattermull) reported

    @mthiele10 @dcallahan2 @sarbjeetjohal @AndrewNebus @rwang0 @dvellante @furrier @Craw @tcrawford @Azure @awscloud @psalvitti @CTOAdvisor @digitalcloudgal @glfceo @MS1MN @matteastwood @zehicle @dhinchcliffe @TheCloudand_Me @ShailKhiyara @mdkail The lines between edge and cloud are blurred and will be more progressively so in the future. I believe we will see a slow merge of platforms to the app later, to the edge later etc. Integrated is where it’s at! But not without problems on the way

  • Mike (@floatingGrounds) reported

    @Bforgey_Roeing @Azure most IT service providers don't care about preventing it. You can prevent it. It takes some configuration and some explaining.

  • Liliana Villanueva (@villanueva_lil) reported from San Francisco, California

    Oracle’s partnership with @Azure includes low-latency interconnect to run middle tier apps and other mission critical workloads with no disruption, full ksplice support, and joint cooperation in the Linux pre-embargo security group @OracleLinux #OOW19

  • Sarbjeet Johal (@sarbjeetjohal) reported from San Francisco, California

    @tcrawford @matteastwood @AndrewNebus @rwang0 @dvellante @furrier @Craw @Azure @awscloud @psalvitti @mthiele10 @CTOAdvisor @digitalcloudgal @glfceo @MS1MN @zehicle @dhinchcliffe @TheCloudand_Me @SumoLogic @IDC I agree! It depends on how questions were formed. 48% said they never deployed production systems in cloud, they might have built it there... (deploy sounds more like migration of exiting production workloads)! So many other factors in surveys like IT vs LOB etc.


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