APPENGINE OUTAGE PDF
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The server drain resulted in rescheduling of multiple instances of manually-scaled applications. Being bootstrapped and in the early stages of monetization this had the potential of sending us into bankruptcy. We are experiencing an issue with App Engine apis being unavailable beginning at Thursday, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic.
Whatever the issue, though, it also took out several apps which rely on Google’s services for back-end infrastructure. About today’s App Engine outage Friday, October 26, This temporarily diminished the available router capacity. App Engine creates new instances of manually-scaled applications by sending a startup request via the traffic routers to the server hosting the new instance.
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Incident began at For additional information on these services, please visit cloud. No eta on the recovery time, but awaiting updates on https: We are still investigating the issue with App Engine apis being unavailable.
We will proactively issue credits to all paid applications for ten percent of their usage for the month of October to cover any SLA violations. We will provide more information by Learn more about what’s posted on the dashboard in this FAQ.
Check back here to view the current status of the services listed below. PT, Google said it was “investigating a problem with Google Cloud Global Loadbalancers returning s,” referring to a message indicating server issues. Product updates, customer stories, and tips and tricks on Google Cloud Platform.
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Since launching the High Replication Datastore in JanuaryApp Engine has not experienced a widespread system outage. We know that hundreds of thousands of developers rely on App Engine to provide a stable, scalable infrastructure for their applications, and we will continue to improve our systems and processes to live up to this expectation.
Incidents reported in the last 365 days
To simplify our initial launch and to scale properly we chose App Engine. We know that you rely on our infrastructure to run your important workloads and that this incident does not meet our bar for reliability.
Google Cloud issues trip up Snapchat, Spotify and others Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Our engineers have been working hard to analyze what went wrong and ensure incidents of this type will not recur. Tech Like Follow Follow.
Why (and How) we Left App Engine After it Almost Destroyed Us
There is no need to take any action to receive this credit. We will provide another status update by We still liked app engine after that and we even did a talk at JavaOne where we discussed how helpful it has been for us to scale our business rapidly. Your trust is important to us and we will continue to all we can to earn and keep that trust. The main goal for picking PaaS over IaaS is simplicity.
Google Cloud Platform Blog: About today’s App Engine outage
PT, Google confirmed its service had been fully restored, though the cause was still unclear. Demonstrate your proficiency to design, build and manage solutions on Google Cloud Platform.
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