|Normal||vCenter||vCenter is operating normally|
|Normal||vCloud Director||vCloud Director is operating normally.|
|Normal||Virtual Machines||All VMs are operating normally.|
|Normal||VMware Hosts||All hosts are operating normally|
|Normal||VMware Clusters||All clusters operating normally|
|Normal||SAN||Performing emergency upgrade to stcl03 in Boston.|
|Normal||L3 Switches||All switches operating normally|
|Normal||Firewall Clusters||All firewall clusters operating normally|
|Impaired||Internet Connectivity||Internet connectivity is being targeted by the DDOS attack|
Notes: Beginning at 9am Pacific Time, our engineers observed a volumetric DDOS attack coming from 1000s of IP address in many countries. These attacks started by targeting single a single IP address in Los Angeles. As our DDOS provider mitigated the attack, the number of IP address in both LA and Boston increased. Early disruptions were small, however we have had several outages lasting more than an hour. Our team is working hand—in-hand with the our DDOS vendor to do the best we can to weather the attack. We have received a ransom request.
We will try to keep this blog updated, however these outages do affect our website and this blog. Additionally, our communications firm will send out emails with information about the attack. We appreciate your patience as we work through this difficulty.