On Monday 7 December 2015, Google Container Engine customers could not
create external load balancers for their services for a duration of 21
hours and 38 minutes. If your service or application was affected, we
apologize — this is not the level of quality and reliability we strive to
offer you, and we have taken and are taking immediate steps to improve the
platform’s performance and availability.
Incident Report for Travis CI
On Tuesday, August 4th we had a significant period of instability and outage to our OS X build environment for both open source and private repositories. We want to take the time to explain what happened. We recognize that this was a significant disruption to the workflow and productivity of all of our users who rely on us for OS X building and testing. This is not at all acceptable to us. We are very sorry that it happened and our entire Engineering team has implemented a number of changes to help prevent similar problems in the future.
What happened and what we’re doing about it
We sincerely apologize for our recent outage: you trust us with your chats, your important documents, your cat gifs, your personal conversations, your system notifications, your internet memes – and we let you down.
Our team takes pride in making an important part of your (work) life, and we’re sorry.
The actual post mortem of the NATS outage is a pdf file, but I have included the software related section below. The incident closed runways at Heathrow and Gatwick airports and caused over 70 flights to be canellted and 50+ to be delayed.