Amazon-East Monitoring Location is Running Normally

July 11, 10am CST – The Amazon-East monitoring location is running normally.

A full re-install of the monitoring “instance” was completed at 10am CST for the Amazon-East monitoring location. For clients using Amazon-East location it was automatically re-added to the monitoring rotation as of July 11, 10am CST.

As noted here, the Amazon-East location experienced a loss of “instance” within the Amazon requiring a full re-install. Dotcom-Monitor is working with Amazon to avoid a similar issue in the future.


Amazon-East Monitoring Location Update

July 10, 2014 – 2:30pm CST – Update.

Dotcom-Monitor is working on a solution to this morning’s Amazon-East monitoring location issue.

At this point, it appears that Dotcom-Monitor’s “instance” of the Amazon-East monitoring virtual server was lost by Amazon. We are working on re-establishing monitoring by creating a new “instance” of our server with Amazon-East. This involves creating virtual server space, installing an operating system and all needed software, etc…

At this time Dotcom-Monitor is estimating 12-to 24-hours to resolve.


Amazon East Location – Temporarily Offline

July 10, 2014 – At approximately 9:30 am CST, Dotcom-Monitor began detecting issues with its Amazon-East monitoring location (54.243.204.120).

At this time the Amazon-East monitoring is off-line and is not included as part of uptime or downtime calculations. We are researching the issue and will provide details as they become available.


Buenos Aires is available for monitoring again

April 29, 2014 – Dotcom-Monitor Buenos Aires, Argentina monitoring location (200.26.191.120) is running normally again.


Buenos Aires Monitoring Location – Network Issues Detected

April 29, 2014 – Dotcom-Monitor is detecting issues with its Buenos Aires, Argentina monitoring location (200.26.191.120) due to some network issues.

We are researching the issue and will provide details as they become available.