Microsoft Azure briefly went down in India, most users hit
Several users of Microsoft Azure in India reported problems with accessing the Cloud-based service on Monday.
User reports compiled by Downdetector, a service that gives details about live outages, showed that some users faced problems in Azure portal loading, while others faced connection failures.
"Hello @Azure and @AzureSupport, most of our servers are offline hence the services. Your status says multiple services in Central India region are down since 12:41 UTC," said one user.
⚠️Engineers are investigating an issue impacting Service Availability in Central India. More information and updates can be found on the Azure Status page https://t.co/Dw19fIGsXf— Azure Support (@AzureSupport) May 18, 2020
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"As per an alert from @Azure Some #VMs in Central India region have been impacted and restarted and have connection failures and not working, this ain't great news as this is clearly #Azurefail and #AzureIndiaFail too! #Azurecrash #Azuredown - SLAs will have to be triggered," wrote another.
Downdetector showed that most problems were reported between 5 pm-8 pm.
Microsoft was yet to report on the cause of the problem.