Location Status Compute Availability
city - United States
Atlanta - United States
1 notification High
city - United States
Chicago - United States
1 notification High
city - United States
Dallas - United States
Ok High
city - United States
Los Angeles - United States
Ok High
city - United States
Miami - United States
Ok High
city - United States
New Jersey - United States
Ok High
city - United States
Seattle - United States
Ok High
city - United States
Silicon Valley - United States
Ok High
city - Singapore
Singapore - Singapore
Ok High
city - Netherlands
Amsterdam - Netherlands
Ok High
city - Japan
Tokyo - Japan
Ok High
city - United Kingdom
London - United Kingdom
Ok High
city - France
Paris - France
Ok High
city - Germany
Frankfurt - Germany
Ok High
city - Canada
Toronto - Canada
Ok High
city - Australia
Sydney - Australia
Ok High

Atlanta - United States

Ongoing issues
Atlanta Scheduled Maintenance - 2019-10-23

10/18/19 8:39 am UTC

Event Type: Network Upgrade
Start Time: 2019-10-23 05:00:00 UTC
End Time: 2019-10-23 09:00:00 UTC

The Atlanta network will be upgraded to provide network enhancements as part of ongoing efforts to provide excellent service and maintain an ideal hosting environment. Reconfiguration of the network infrastructure and network interface reloads are expected; some customers may experience brief periods of connection or packet loss and higher latency while routes are updated across the redundant topology.

Chicago - United States

Resolved issues
Chicago Scheduled Maintenance - 2019-10-22

10/18/19 8:38 am UTC

Event Type: Network Upgrade
Start Time: 2019-10-22 05:35:00 UTC
End Time: 2019-10-22 09:35:00 UTC

The Chicago network will be upgraded to provide network enhancements as part of ongoing efforts to provide excellent service and maintain an ideal hosting environment. Reconfiguration of the network infrastructure and network interface reloads are expected; some customers may experience brief periods of connection or packet loss and higher latency while routes are updated across the redundant topology.