Microsoft Windows Azure Compute in der Region “West Europe” ausgefallen

[ 12 ] Juli 26, 2012 |

Microsoft kämpft laut dem offiziellen Statusboard aktuell mit einem Ausfall seiner Cloud Computing Plattform Azure in der Region “West Europe” und hier speziell mit dem Bereich Azure Compute. Microsoft liefert seine Cloud Services für Westeuropa aus Rechenzentren in Amsterdam und Dublin aus.

Windows Azure Compute in der Region

Ursachen für den Ausfall sind nicht genauer bekannt

Die Ursache für den Ausfall wurde bisher noch nicht veröffentlicht. Es wird lediglich von Problemen mit der Verfügbarkeit der Services gesprochen. Allerdings sollen die Accounts für den Cloud Storage davon nicht betroffen sein.

26-Jul-12 · 11:09 AM UTC
We are experiencing an availability issue in the West Europe sub-region, which impacts access to hosted services in this region. We are actively investigating this issue and working to resolve it as soon as possible. Further updates will be published to keep you apprised of the situation. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes our customers

26-Jul-12 · 12:09 PM UTC
We are still troubleshooting this issue, and capturing all the data that will allow us to resolve it. Further updates will be published to keep you apprised of the situation. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes our customers

26-Jul-12 · 1:09 PM UTC
We are still troubleshooting this issue, and verifying the most probable cause. Storage accounts in this region are not affected. Further updates will be published to keep you apprised of the situation. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes our customers.

Update

26-Jul-12 · 1:33 PM UTC
The issue has been addressed. Full service functionality has been restored in the region. Storage accounts and running applications were not impacted throughout the duration of the incident. We apologize for any inconvenience this caused our customers.

Ausfälle häufen sich

Nachdem die Amazon Web Services erst kürzlich innerhalb von 14 Tagen mit zwei schweren Ausfällen zu kämpfen hatten, wurde Microsofts Cloud Infrastruktur Opfer des diesjährigen Schaltjahres am 29. Februar. Bisher steht es in diesem Jahr allerdings noch 3:2 für die Amazon Web Services.

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