Unfortunately, Microsoft and Office 365 suffered their second major outage of the year and this one was even bigger than the first. An addresses the issue on January 25, 2019 the 2nd day of the outage. Microsoft's official Office 365 status account initially said that the company was investigating 'reports of access issues' in the Asia Pacific region at 5. Microsoft Office 365 Outage: No Failover? We're working to develop an action plan to mitigate the impact. Microsoft has fixed a problem which left some users of its Office 365 cloud-based office application service unable to log in. Microsoft restored service after an that affected thousands of users in the U.
Our customers saw this in advance of Microsoft reporting any issues and, generally, in advance of end-users reporting problems. So far, there are no workarounds for affected customers. Azure and Office 365 services, as well as nonregional Azure Active Directory services. Germany has once again fewer reports of malfunctions indirectly suggesting that the number of Office 365. Our telemetry indicates that service availability has improved significantly and most authentication requests are succeeding; however, we still are observing residual impact to some services. These issues involved repeated credential prompts and users being unable to log in using the Outlook client.
This had to be a difficult one for Microsoft to swallow, because it involved a single point of failure. Fortunately, in most cases, outages are short-lived or localized to a specific geographic region. States of the ticket changed from False positive to real issue, back and forth. At publication time, email access appeared to have been restored, although performance was lagging. As a result, multiple Office 365 services became unavailable, both regionally and beyond. Pacific Daylight Time, and saw multiple reports of the outage via Twitter and other social media outlets. You can understand both your Office 365 availability and performance in real time.
The outage has affected developers using Microsoft's Visual Studio Team Services, causing them to be unable to access their accounts, and reporting dashboards won't load, according to. Are Microsoft servers down or offline? Engineers are pursuing multiple workstreams to isolate the root cause and mitigate impact. Exoprise extensively shortly after it happened. Network issues, both local and Internet-based, data center problems, malicious activity, and environmental conditions can all cause outages. Office 365 services were also affected for customers using hosting services from Microsoft's San Antonio datacenter. Users have taken to Twitter to complain that the Email service within Office 365 is noticeably slow with some commenting that their Office 365 application is stuck on updating inbox.
Of comments coming in to downdetector, 41% were for log-in, 33% said related to receiving messages and 18% related to a website. That outage affected users who were required to sign in using multifactor authentication. On October 30th, numerous users reported email login issues. The account tweeted again just before 9 a. The map shown above are quite interesting and gives us probably some insights. Customers also reported the inability to sign into the Azure Management Portal as well as an inability to access the typically spry.
I blogged about the outage of the Office365. Please capture a screenshot of the full error message when access the apps via the portal. There were several incidents in 2018 that either affected thousands of users in multiple geographies, or lasted for several hours, or both. Their tenancy is Europe based so even cloud-based sensors were reporting Exchange Online issues from far off places due to the nature of the outage. Monitoring can give you an important first notification of an issue, and also tell you what services are being affected, rather than waiting hours to see a tweet from Microsoft. Other applications in Office such as Sharepoint are been reported as slow or unresponsive.
Microsoft has acknowledged the issues on. But on early morning of January 25, 2019 more and more users are facing again issues with Exchange Online and related Office365 programs. It is unclear precisely how many users have been affected by the most recent incident: for Microsoft, perhaps a limited subset in the context of broader numbers. Could be interpreted that the outage has been solved. A statement posted on the Office 365 status Twitter account at 7. Users reported problems with slow e-mail sending and receiving, missing e-mails.
In Europe, the Netherlands and England not Great Britain are much more affected than Switzerland. We're continuing to monitor the environment to validate that service has been restored. Ultimately, yesterday at the same time as the other issues were occurring, Skype for Business was widely interrupted. Find out everything you need to know about the outages affecting Microsoft Azure, Office 365 Sharepoint and more. Office 365 services like Exchange, SharePoint, and Teams were also affected, according to another service health status.