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Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud hit by worldwide management interuption

alphadogg (971356) writes | about a year ago

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alphadogg (971356) writes "Microsoft's Windows Azure suffered from an issue on Wednesday that affected a management feature in the compute section of the public cloud, and remained unsolved Thursday morning. Microsoft first updated the Windows Azure Service Dashboard at 2:35 AM UTC on Wednesday: "We are experiencing an issue with Compute in North Central US, South Central US, North Europe, Southeast Asia, West Europe, East Asia, East US and West US." About 17 hours later the company posted a message saying that manual actions to perform so-called swap deployment operations may fail, and users should therefore delay them. Microsoft was still struggling to solve the issue on Thursday morning."
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