Possible issue with Amazon Web Services Network Load Balancers in us-east-1. ALL APIS FULLY OPERATIONAL AT PRESENT
As of 00:45 UTC, we are closing this proactive status update, having felt no effect from AWS Network Load Balancing issues.
Thanks for your attention, and sorry for any concerns this may have raised.
Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
As of 21:29 UTC, We are tracking a notice from Amazon Web Services regarding issues with network load balancers in 3 of 11 availability zones in the us-east-1 region.
At this time, we have seen no impact on Learnosity but are raising the issue for transparency. We will continue to monitor both our own services and updates from AWS.
Learnosity Support and Systems Engineering teams are actively investigating the issue, and will follow on with an update and resolution as soon as possible.
This incident affected: USA || Analytics (Loading and rendering of reports, Availability of session information, Tag-based reports, Progress-based reports, Large-scale group reports, Live Progress (Live Activity by User) report, Learning Outcome report, Adaptive session information, Subscore calculation, LTI grade passback), USA || Authoring (Loading and rendering of Item/Activity List view, Loading and rendering of Item/Activity Edit view, Loading and rendering of Question Edit view, Creating and saving of Items/Activities/Tags, Uploading of images/audio/video, Logging in (author site)), USA || Data Centric (Creation of sessions, Creation of Item Pools, Updating session response scores, Scoring endpoint, Creation of report data sets, Firehose), and USA || Assessment (Loading and rendering of assessment UI, Loading and rendering of Items/Questions/Features, Saving of student responses, Branching/Adaptive services, Self-Hosted Adaptive services, Dynamic Content generation, Sending and receiving Live Activity Status by User report events, Uploading of rich student responses (audio/images/files), Processing and availability of rich student responses (audio/images/files), Loading, rendering and capture of student annotations).