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Elasticsearch Service is a hosted service for the Elastic Stack that runs on different cloud platforms, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and Microsoft Azure. Like any service, it might undergo availability changes from time to time. When availability changes, Elastic makes sure to provide you with a current service status.

To see current and past service availability, go to Cloud Status page.

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Azure Marketplace Signup Issues

Oct 13, 02:08 UTC
Resolved - We have identified that signups through Azure Marketplace are failing for a small subset of Elastic users who are CSP customers of Microsoft. If you are affected by this issue we encourage you to sign up via our new native integration, which supports CSP users.Sep 29, 19:18 UTC
Investigating - We have received reports of some signups through Azure Marketplace failing due to an error from a Microsoft API. This appears to be an isolated incident at this time and we are currently investigating together with Microsoft.

Days without incident: 5Events from month: 7

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  • 10/12, 11:23 PMElevated rate of HTTP/502 responses from proxy

    Oct 12, 23:23 UTC
    Resolved - Having determined that the impact of this issue is minimal, we are closing this incident. Our engineers have identified a number of issues which are likely contributing to the slightly elevated HTTP/502 error rate, and work continues to validate fixes for these issues. Once we are confident we have resolved the underlying issues, we will update this post with a summary of the investigation and indicate when the fixes will be released.Oct 12, 16:36 UTC
    Update - After analyzing monitoring data, we have determined that majority of the HTTP/502 errors are related to

  • 10/12, 4:36 PMElevated rate of HTTP/502 responses from proxy

    Oct 12, 16:36 UTC
    Update - After analyzing monitoring data, we have determined that majority of the HTTP/502 errors are related to

  • 10/12, 3:28 PMElevated rate of HTTP/502 responses from proxy

    Oct 12, 15:28 UTC
    Investigating - We are observing an elevated number of HTTP/502 responses from proxy layer across all regions. Our engineers are analyzing the telemetry and investigating the root cause.

  • 10/6, 1:41 AMSubset of customers with recent deployments receiving errors during plan changes

    Oct 6, 01:41 UTC
    Resolved - This incident has been resolved.Oct 6, 00:21 UTC
    Monitoring - Roll out across production is complete. If you are still experiencing difficulties applying plan changes, please reach out to support as we expect this incident to be resolved now across all regions.Oct 5, 22:48 UTC
    Update - We have tested the fix in non-production environments and began rolling it out across production regions.Oct 5, 21:33 UTC
    Identified - We have identified the issue. The team is currently working on testing and rolling out the fix.Oct 5, 19:24 UTC
    Investigating - We have identified an issue with plan changes for recently created deployments resulting in a "You need to be the deployment owner to update the alias" error. The team is investigating the root cause and working on a fix.

  • 10/6, 12:21 AMSubset of customers with recent deployments receiving errors during plan changes

    Oct 6, 00:21 UTC
    Monitoring - Roll out across production is complete. If you are still experiencing difficulties applying plan changes, please reach out to support as we expect this incident to be resolved now across all regions.Oct 5, 22:48 UTC
    Update - We have tested the fix in non-production environments and began rolling it out across production regions.Oct 5, 21:33 UTC
    Identified - We have identified the issue. The team is currently working on testing and rolling out the fix.Oct 5, 19:24 UTC
    Investigating - We have identified an issue with plan changes for recently created deployments resulting in a "You need to be the deployment owner to update the alias" error. The team is investigating the root cause and working on a fix.

  • 10/5, 10:48 PMSubset of customers with recent deployments receiving errors during plan changes

    Oct 5, 22:48 UTC
    Update - We have tested the fix in non-production environments and began rolling it out across production regions.Oct 5, 21:33 UTC
    Identified - We have identified the issue. The team is currently working on testing and rolling out the fix.Oct 5, 19:24 UTC
    Investigating - We have identified an issue with plan changes for recently created deployments resulting in a "You need to be the deployment owner to update the alias" error. The team is investigating the root cause and working on a fix.

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Is Elastic Cloud down?
Current Elastic Cloud status is up

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Recent Elastic Cloud Outages and Issues

Follow the recent outages and downtime for Elastic Cloud in the table below.

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October 12, 2021 23:28 UTC

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Migrating the Certificate Authority (CA) for Elasticsearch Service to Let’s Encrypt

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October 12, 2021 15:32 UTC

WARN

about 8 hours

Elevated rate of HTTP/502 responses from proxy

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October 06, 2021 00:23 UTC

WARN

7 days

Subset of customers with recent deployments receiving errors during plan changes

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October 05, 2021 19:28 UTC

WARN

about 5 hours

Subset of customers with recent deployments receiving errors during plan changes

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October 04, 2021 16:58 UTC

WARN

1 day

Azure Private Link connection issues

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Supported Features

We support the following features in our integration with the Elastic Cloud status page:

If Elastic Cloud is having system outages or experiencing other critical issues, red down notifications appear on the status page. In most cases, it means that core functions are not working properly, or there is some other serious customer-impacting event underway.

Warn notifications are used when Elastic Cloud is undergoing a non-critical issue like minor service issues, performance degradation, non-core bugs, capacity issues, or problems affecting a small number of users.

Elastic Cloud posts separate notifications for planned maintenance work. StatusGator will notify subscribers when Elastic Cloud enters a pre-planned maintenance window, keeping you up to date.

Since Elastic Cloud publishes a feed of praoctive maintenance events on their status page, StatusGator will collect information about these events. Maintenance events for all your services can be viewed within StatusGator as a unified feed.

When Elastic Cloud posts issues on their status page, we collect the main headline message and include that brief information or overview in notifications to StatusGator subscribers.

When Elastic Cloud has outages or other service-impacting events on their status page, we pull down the detailed informational updates and include them in notifications. These messages often include the current details about how the problem is being mitigated, or when the next update will occur.

Because Elastic Cloud has several components, each with their individual statuses, StatusGator can differentiate the status of each component in our notifications to you. This means, you can filter your status page notifications based on the services, regions, or components you utilize. This is an essential feature for complex services with many components or services spread out across many regions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Elastic Cloud down today?

According to its status page Elastic Cloud is currently up. You can check the most recent events in the 'Recent Outages and Issues' section above.

How can I get notified when Elastic Cloud is not working or have outages?

How can I find out if Elastic Cloud is having issues?

There are two main options: You can check the Elastic Cloud status page or you can subscribe to StatusGator for free alerts and notifications when their status page changes.

Elastic Cloud status page says the service is up, but I'm having issues. What's wrong?

There may be several reasons for that:

  • An outage that hasn't been communicated yet via the Elastic Cloud status page.
  • Some local issues with a small group of accounts on the service side.
  • Technical issues on your side, or problems with your software or ISP.
  • A misconfiguration on your side.

We recommend contacting Elastic Cloud customer support while checking everything on your side. You can also try Tweeting at them via @elastic on Twitter. Or visit their official status page or website:

Where do you get the official Elastic Cloud status?

We use the official Elastic Cloud status page. Here are links to their status page and other helpful links.

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Elastic Uptime

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Free and open uptime monitoring

React to availability issues across your apps and services before they affect users.

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Learn how to monitor the availability of your systems and services with Elastic Uptime.

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Spot potential security anomalies such as irregular latency with Elastic Uptime and more.

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Respond with context

While a service being "up" or "down" might seem binary, the data surrounding each data point isn't. Give your team the context they need to go well beyond status codes. With Elastic Uptime, powered by open source Heartbeat, your availability data works in concert with rich context provided by logs, metrics, and APM — making it simpler to connect the dots, correlate activity, and solve problems quickly.

More services, no problem

Organizations need to track the performance and availability of a rapidly expanding list of components and services. Investigating the inevitable question, "Is X down?" is streamlined with Elastic Uptime. Active monitoring with custom alerting options keeps you ahead of your users — ensuring they have a positive, issue-free experience.

  • Host availability

    Is your host, network device, or even your third-party service available? Check if it’s alive with a basic ICMP ping.

    Host availability
  • Certificate monitoring

    Are your services still secure? Check or get notified when your SSL or TLS certificates are expiring and keep your services available directly in the app.

    Certificate monitoring
  • Service monitoring

    Is your DNS up? How about a third-party FTP server? When you need to go beyond the availability of a device, the TCP check inspects individual ports.

    Service monitoring
  • Website monitoring

    Is your website up? The HTTP / HTTPS check verifies that specific endpoints are up and returning the correct text and status codes.

    Website monitoring
  • API monitoring

    Is your API available? Use advanced checks to validate that it's returning the correct values.

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Free and open, developer‑friendly

Get up and running fast using this simple configuration. It's API-driven and lightweight, so you can focus on making sure all your status codes are green. And because the data is stored in an Elasticsearch index, you can use machine learning and alerting to automate anomaly detection and notifications.

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No matter how you start or grow with Elastic, you shouldn’t be constrained by how you get value from our products. Just pay for the resources you need, deploy them how you'd like, and do even more great things with Elastic.

What just happened?

Heartbeat executes periodic checks to verify whether the endpoint is up or down, then reports this information, along with other useful metrics, to Elasticsearch. In this case, you've asked Heartbeat to check the uptime for the availability of the website https://www.elastic.co. Heartbeat then sends this data to Elasticsearch and you can see the data in the Uptime app.

Didn't work for you?

Heartbeat was set to use the default ports for Elasticsearch and Kibana in this example. See the documentation for configuration options.

Watch Elastic Uptime in action

See how Heartbeat collects and ships uptime data, and then dive into detailed visualizations in Kibana that lay out endpoint status, error lists, and more.

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Monitor beyond uptime.

Have security events? Proxy or firewall logs? Documents with tons of text? Centralize it all in the Elastic Stack and use free and open Elastic Observability to expand your analyses, lower operational costs, and make your use case even richer.

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Fast and scalable logging that won't quit.

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Get insight into your application performance.

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Do the numbers: CPU, memory, and more.

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Status elastic cloud

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Scheduled - We need to perform low-level audit of the system scheduling of the integration flows. No performance degradation is expected.
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No incidents reported.

Completed - The scheduled maintenance has been completed.
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In progress - Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
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Scheduled - We are performing some low-level checkups which might cause delay in execution.
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In progress - Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
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Scheduled - We will be undergoing scheduled maintenance during this time.
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No incidents reported.

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Update - We have successfully migrated our TLS certificates to Let's Encrypt on Azure southcentralus. We will pause the rollout to other regions for 14 days to allow for client validation. The remaining regions will begin being updated on October 18, 2021. We will post updates on this status page as the roll out happens across regions.
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Update - We have successfully migrated our TLS certificates to Let's Encrypt on Azure southcentralus. We will pause the rollout to other regions for 14 days to allow for client validation. The remaining regions will begin being updated on October 18, 2021. We will post updates on this status page as the roll out happens across regions.
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Update - Scheduled maintenance is still in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Oct , UTC

In progress - Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
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Update - We will be undergoing scheduled maintenance during this time.

Update - We will be undergoing scheduled maintenance during this time.

Scheduled - At Elastic Cloud we are committed to offering our customers the most secure way to run their workloads in the cloud. To help ensure this commitment, we are migrating our TLS certificates to Let’s Encrypt to best support sustainable and fully automated certificate management as our product offerings and available regions continue to expand.

These changes will begin rolling out to Elastic Cloud regions beginning October 4, 2021, and are expected to be completed in all regions by October 29, 2021.

The first region will be Azure southcentralus on October 4, 2021. After updating this region, we will pause the rollout to other regions for 14 days to allow for client validation. The remaining regions will begin being updated on October 18, 2021. We will post updates on this page as the roll out happens across regions.

What is the change?

We are migrating the TLS certificate on Elastic Cloud from DigiCert to Let’s Encrypt. The change in the Certification Authority (CA) might have an impact on some clients.

What is the impact on me?

If you use clients that are not compatible with the Let’s Encrypt ISRG Root X1 certificate, you must upgrade the clients or your certificate stores in order to trust the new certificates.

Find more details in our blog https://www.elastic.co/blog/migrating-ess-certs-letsencrypt

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