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August 18, 2014 at 3:31 PM

Some Microsoft Azure services still down

Some Microsoft Azure customers are still experiencing connectivity issues after an outage that began shortly Monday before 11 a.m. Pacific Time.

Microsoft said in its Azure status dashboard that “starting at 18 Aug 2014 17:49 UTC, a small subset of customers are experiencing connectivity issues to some Azure Services which may include Cloud Services, Virtual Machines, Websites, Automation, Service Bus, Backup, Site Recovery, HDInsight, Mobile Services, StorSimple and possible other Azure Services in multiple regions. Recovery continues underway across affected regions. Customers in many regions began to experience service restoration.”

Some Azure users had experienced other problems earlier in August, including full service interruptions for Visual Studio Online customers in multiple regions on on Aug. 14.

Microsoft issued a statement, saying the company is “working quickly to address the issue.”

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