About Tonight's Downtime - Google Compute Engine Networking Issues

Thank you for your patience during tonight’s momentary downtime. At 9:15 PM CST, we were notified by internal processes that our webserver became unresponsive. It was quickly discovered that networking issues within Google Compute Engine were the culprit. Once services were restored, our backend processes recovered gracefully- Total downtime was around 13 minutes. We are continuing to monitor and will provide updates on an as-needed basis.

Please find a log of the events below (Per Google Compute Engine Status):

DATETIMEDESCRIPTION
Apr 11, 201619:45The issue with networking should have been resolved for all affected services as of 19:27 US/Pacific. We’re continuing to monitor the situation. We will provide another status update by 20:00 US/Pacific with current details.
Apr 11, 201619:21Current data indicates that there are severe network connectivity issues in all regions.Google engineers are currently working to resolve this issue. We will post a further update by 20:00 US/Pacific.
Apr 11, 201619:00We are experiencing an issue with Cloud VPN in asia-east1 beginning at Monday, 2016-04-11 18:25 US/Pacific.Current data suggests that all Cloud VPN traffic in this region is affected.

For everyone who is affected, we apologize for any inconvenience you may be experiencing. We will provide an update by 19:30 US/Pacific with current details.

Apr 11, 201618:51We are investigating reports of an issue with Cloud VPN in asia-east1. We will provide more information by 19:00 US/Pacific.
 

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