Currently the GitLab Service is experiencing disruptions. This might cause deployment failures.
The status can be checked at https://status.gitlab.com/
Problems should be resolved. https://status.gitlab.com/
The problems occur again
Problems should be resolved by Gitlab. https://status.gitlab.com/
AWS has announced that as of August 1, 2018, support for the MySQL minor engine versions 5.6.27 and 5.6.29 will be discontinued.
Beginning on July 25, 2018 at 0:00 UTC, all RDS DB instances running MySQL 5.6.27 or 5.6.29 will be automatically upgraded to the latest minor version during the next maintenance window specified for each instance. Any instances still running one of these versions on August 1, 2018 at 0:00 UTC will be upgraded immediately. Once this completes, any instance restored from a snapshot of the deprecated version will automatically and immediately be upgraded to a currently supported version.
We will contact the relevant customers and, if necessary, schedule maintenance together. During maintenance, downtime can be expected.
We noticed some DNS problems occurring while accessing some websites. The problems aren't located at AWS only.
We will keep you updated.
15:00 AWS also confirmed DNS resolution errors using third party DNS resolvers 188.8.131.52 / 184.108.40.206
15:30 AWS resolved the issues
In order to prevent outage and security alerts caused by a penetration or vulnerability test, we require to announce this kind of automated test 3 business days before. We will also forward this information to AWS to ensure no actions will be taken during the test. Please note that only tests are allowed which are compliant to the AWS acceptable use policy and AWS penetration tests rules.
See our form https://root360.atlassian.net/...
During our regular quality process we corrected our backup policy at  to present the correct backup interval of 7 days. This change affects "Application servers whose data are locally managed and modified by SFTP or SSH, for example". The updated backup interval of 7 days was already configured for all affected instances.
If you require a longer backup interval, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Currently the npm installation fails on our environments due to an internal npm failure. We are working on a patch right now.
14:30 The patch for the broken npm was now rolled out in our environments, which fixes the npm installation issues.
We've noticed an increased amount of errors in deployments that use Bitbucket.org.
We are in contact with Bitbucket.org to locate the cause.
We'll keep you posted here.
11:30 Our tests show that the regions Ireland and USA are not affected by this issue.
13:00 Bitbucket confirmed an issue of the connection between there data centers causing this issue
see https://status.bitbucket.org/ for current status on Bitbuckets side
13:45 Bitbucket found the cause with their network vendor and are working to solve it
17:00 issue was solved by Bitbucket and there network vendor; our tests confirm that the issue is solved
Root360 Code Deploy downloads the source code of our customers onto a storage within the infrastructure. (see our blog post  for more details)
During this process the source code is compressed to improve download speed during the scaling of the web servers.
We now improved the compression process to be up to 4 times faster.
Our tests showed no impact on the scaling time of the web servers and reduced the compression time for 600 MB source code from ~4 minutes to ~50 seconds.
This speedup is now live for all our customers.
Today, we released our late february release of the Cloud Management CLI.
The changes focused on:
- major bugfixes for container deployment (r3 container) and database management (r3 db) as well as minor fixes for CLI auto-completion
- reorganisation of the code for regular software deployments (r3 [instance] deploy)
The update had been released to all customer environments in all regions this morning.