AWS Health Dashboard – Service health - AWS Health

AWS Health Dashboard – Service health

You can use the AWS Health Dashboard – Service health to view the health of all AWS services. This page shows reported service events for services across AWS Regions. You don't need to sign in or have an AWS account to access the AWS Health Dashboard – Service health page.

Tip

This website only shows public events, which are not specific to an AWS account. If you already have an account, we recommend that you sign in to view your AWS Health Dashboard and stay informed about events that can affect your account and services. For more information, see Getting started with your AWS Health Dashboard – Your account health.

To view the AWS Health Dashboard – Service health

  1. Navigate to the https://health.aws.amazon.com/health/status page.

    Note

    If you are already signed in to your AWS account, page, you will be redirected to the AWS Health Dashboard – Your account health page.

  2. Under Service health, choose Open and recent issues to view recently reported events. You can view the following information about the event:

    • The event name and affected Region. For example, Operational issue – Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (N. Virginia)

    • The service name

    • The event's severity, such as Informational or Degradation

    • A timeline of recent updates for the event

    • A list of AWS services that are also affected by this event

  3. (Optional) Next to the event, choose RSS to subscribe to an RSS feed for this event. You will receive notifications about this specific service in the specified AWS Region.

  4. Choose Service history to view the Service history table. This table shows all AWS service interruptions for the last 12 months.

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    You can filter by Service, AWS Region, and date.

  5. Next to an ongoing service event, choose the status icon ( ) to view more information about the event.

  6. (Optional) Choose RSS to subscribe to an RSS feed. You will receive notifications about this specific service in the specified AWS Region.

  7. (Optional) If you have an account, choose Open your account health to sign in. After you sign in, you can view events that are specific to your account. For more information, see Getting started with your AWS Health Dashboard – Your account health.