Starting July 21st we upgraded our networking infra structure.
Things did not go as smoothly as we had hoped. While all systems remained reachable,
performance and issues plagued the first days of the transition.
As of August 1st we continue to solve fringe issues, but are hopeful to have these
addressed in a matter of days.
On June 4th our east coast data center experienced connectivity issues for some clients over 40 minutes.
Apart from that systems and services ran normally in June.
We experienced two brief network outages on the west coast on June 1st 2020 and on the east coast on May 27.
Otherwise systems ran fine during May 2020.
Systems ran fine in April 2020.
A strange month to have things working well.
An upstream provider upgraded equipment late Sunday night on March 29th. During these adjustments service interruptions in our west coast data center impacted some clients before 5am.
Otherwise all systems operated normaly.
All systems performed as expected during February 2020.
A network upstream provider had an outage that impacted our west coast data center on January 23rd for a bit more than an hour.
Aside from this unfortunate outage things have been normal.
December saw no system issues.
Systems ran normally in November.
Late Saturday, November 23rd, we performed system upgrades. As announced INTERDUBS was read-only for a short period. Sunday 24th we fixed minor issues that impacted some clients that were caused by human error during the upgrade.
All systems performed normally during October.