Microsoft Azure briefly went down in India, most users hit
User reports compiled by Downdetector showed that some faced problems in Azure portal loading, while others faced connection failures.
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.