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Recent Azure Application Insights Outages and Issues

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Message

Details

August 31, 2023 04:13 UTC

WARN

ongoing

Multiple services recovering after power/cooling issue - Australia East

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Start Time

August 31, 2023 04:13 UTC

Type WARN
Affected Components

Australia East - Batch

Australia East - Azure IoT Central

Australia East - Azure VMware Solution

Australia East - API Management

Australia East - Application Insights

Australia East - Azure Backup

Australia East - Azure Cognitive Search

Australia East - Azure Data Explorer

Australia East - Azure Databricks

Australia East - Azure Stream Analytics

Message

Multiple services recovering after power/cooling issue - Australia East

Details

Impact Statement: Starting at approximately 08:30 UTC on 30 August 2023, a utility power surge in the Australia East region tripped a subset of the cooling units offline in one datacenter, within one of the Availability Zones. While working to restore cooling, temperatures in the datacenter increased so we proactively powered down a small subset of selected compute and storage scale units, to avoid damage to hardware. Multiple downstream services were impacted, with targeted communications being distributed via Azure Service Health.
Current Status: Having successfully recovered 99% of storage services and 99% of impacted Virtual Machines, we are actively investigating individual downstream services to confirm their recovery status and mitigate remaining issues. At this stage, we believe most downstream services that are still experiencing impact are the result of dependencies on one of three services with investigations ongoing.
Over 90% of Cosmos DB clusters in the Australia East region have been successfully recovered. Cosmos DB Accounts, that were not failed over to alternate read/write regions, should now begin to see signs of recovery. Once all clusters are fully restored, the Cosmos DB team will initiate the process of bringing this region back online for accounts that were previously failed over.
Over 99% of impacted Azure storage accounts are now fully recovered, a small number resources are currently being replaced or repaired due to thermal damage in order to bring the remaining impacted storage accounts back online.
Azure SQL is continuing to recover impact to a single backend cluster, impacting a small subset of databases instances. Additionally, we are taking steps to reduce the overall zonal load to facilitate improved resource allocation and recovery.
Further updates on these remaining recovery efforts will be provided in 60 minutes, or as events warrant.
This message was last updated at 04:11 UTC on 31 August 2023

August 30, 2023 22:43 UTC

WARN

about 6 hours

Multiple services recovering after power/cooling issue - Australia East

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Start Time

August 30, 2023 22:43 UTC

Type WARN
Affected Components

Australia East - Application Insights

Message

Multiple services recovering after power/cooling issue - Australia East

Details

Impact Statement: Starting at approximately 08:30 UTC on 30 August 2023, a utility power surge in the Australia East region tripped a subset of the cooling units offline in one datacenter, within one of the Availability Zones. While working to restore cooling, temperatures in the datacenter increased so we proactively powered down a small subset of selected compute and storage scale units, to avoid damage to hardware. Multiple downstream services were impacted, with targeted communications being distributed via Azure Service Health.
Current Status: With 99% of storage services and 99% of impacted Virtual Machines back online and healthy, we are actively investigating remaining issues with individual downstream services to confirm their recovery status. Our Storage team are making progress on one specific storage scale unit that is still experiencing isolated issues. Our SQL team are investigating a potential issue with an underlying Service Fabric dependency. Our Cosmos DB team are investigating why some services have not fully recovered. Despite these remaining investigations, the majority of customers and services should already be recovered. Further updates will be provided in 60 minutes, or as events warrant.
This message was last updated at 22:42 UTC on 30 August 2023

August 30, 2023 22:04 UTC

WARN

40 minutes

Multiple services recovering after power/cooling issue - Australia East

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Start Time

August 30, 2023 22:04 UTC

Type WARN
Affected Components

Australia East - Application Insights

Australia East - Azure Container Registry

Australia East - Azure IoT Hub

Message

Multiple services recovering after power/cooling issue - Australia East

Details

Impact Statement: Starting at approximately 08:30 UTC on 30 August 2023, a utility power surge in the Australia East region tripped a subset of the cooling units offline in one datacenter, within one of the Availability Zones. While working to restore cooling, temperatures in the datacenter increased so we proactively powered down a small subset of selected compute and storage scale units, to avoid damage to hardware. Multiple downstream services were impacted, with targeted communications being distributed via Azure Service Health. Impact to services is limited to Australia East, except for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) which has impact in both Australia East and Australia Southeast due to a dependency in the former.
Current Status: With 99% of storage services and 99% of impacted Virtual Machines back online and healthy, we are now supporting individual downstream services to confirm their recovery status. We are aware of one specific storage scale unit that is still experiencing isolated issues, but the majority of customers and services should already be recovered. Beyond this known storage issue, we are investigating which services are still not fully mitigated and why. Further updates will be provided in 60 minutes, or as events warrant.
This message was last updated at 21:58 UTC on 30 August 2023

August 30, 2023 19:08 UTC

WARN

about 3 hours

Multiple services recovering after power/cooling issue - Australia East

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Start Time

August 30, 2023 19:08 UTC

Type WARN
Affected Components

Australia East - Azure Database for MySQL flexible servers

Australia East - Azure Database for PostgreSQL flexible servers

Australia East - Application Insights

Australia East - Azure VMware Solution

Australia East - Batch

Australia East - Azure Service Fabric

Australia East - API Management

Australia East - App Service

Australia East - Azure Cognitive Search

Australia East - Notification Hubs

Australia East - Azure Container Apps

Australia East - Azure Container Registry

Australia East - Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

Australia Southeast - Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

Australia East - Azure Cosmos DB

Australia East - Azure SQL Database

Australia East - Azure Data Explorer

Australia East - Azure Databricks

Australia East - Azure Stream Analytics

Australia East - Azure IoT Central

Australia East - Azure IoT Hub

Australia East - Service Bus

Australia East - Azure Backup

Australia East - Azure NetApp Files

Australia East - Log Analytics

Australia East - Azure Chaos Studio

Message

Multiple services recovering after power/cooling issue - Australia East

Details

Impact Statement: Starting at approximately 08:30 UTC on 30 August 2023, a utility power surge in the Australia East region tripped a subset of the cooling units offline in one datacenter, within one of the Availability Zones. While working to restore cooling, temperatures in the datacenter increased so we proactively powered down a small subset of selected compute and storage scale units, to avoid damage to hardware.
Multiple downstream services were impacted, with targeted communications being distributed via Azure Service Health. Impact to services is limited to Australia East, except for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) which has impact in both Australia East and Australia Southeast due to a dependency in the former. If your workloads are protected by Azure Site Recovery or Azure Backup, and you need critical services back online before all services in this datacenter are fully recovered, we recommend either to initiate a failover to the recovery region or recover using Cross Region Restore. Note that any new allocation requests for the Australia East region will automatically avoid the impacted scale units. 
Current Status: Mitigation efforts are continuing, we have made significant progress in restoring core services, and we expect that the vast majority of remaining services should be back online in the next 2-3 hours. After restoring power and stabilizing temperatures, all network infrastructure and 95% of storage services are back online. All premium disk storage has fully recovered, we continue to work towards mitigating the final remaining storage devices. The majority of underlying compute services are back online, with more than 85% of Virtual Machines that were impacted now back online and healthy. As a result, many customers of these services have already recovered - but we continue to work with downstream impacted services to ensure that they are coming back online in the next 2-3 hours as expected. Further updates will be provided in 60 minutes, or as events warrant.
This message was last updated at 19:05 UTC on 30 August 2023

July 07, 2023 04:38 UTC

WARN

less than a minute

Azure Monitor - Logs Data Access Issues - Investigating

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Start Time

July 07, 2023 04:38 UTC

Type WARN
Affected Components

UAE Central - Application Insights

UAE North - Application Insights

UAE Central - Log Analytics

UAE North - Log Analytics

South Africa West - Log Analytics

Jio India West - Log Analytics

Message

Azure Monitor - Logs Data Access Issues - Investigating

Details

Impact Statement: Starting at 23:15 UTC on 06 Jul 2023,customers using Azure Monitor may experience issues with logs data access, data gaps, and missed or latent alerts.
Current Status: We are aware of this issue and are actively investigating. The next update will be provided within 3 hours, or as events warrant.
This message was last updated at 04:36 UTC on 07 July 2023

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Azure Application Insights does not publish a feed of proactive maintenance events on their status page at this time. If they do, be sure to let us know and we'll aggregate Azure Application Insights maintenance events into your unified calendar.

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