|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: As the Nov. 12 DDoS attack continues into the 13th, we at Infinitely Virtual are working closely with Oracle to limit its impact on our customers and arrest further escalation. Because we have taken aggressive measures to mitigate the attack, connectivity has been affected for some customers who appear to the mitigation system to be part of the attack. We can now whitelist IP addresses to circumvent this situation. If you would like your IP addresses to be whitelisted, please go to WhatsMyIP.com and email those addresses to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to reiterate that this was not a ransomware attack. At no time was any customer data at risk and our system was not breached. The attack was limited to disrupting connectivity.
Once again, thank you again for choosing Infinitely Virtual and for your continued support.