The scheduled maintenance has been completed.
Jun 20, 04:16 UTC
We have extended our maintenance window by 30 minutes. We apologize for the continued disruption.
Jun 20, 03:56 UTC
In progress -
Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Jun 20, 03:00 UTC
Please be advised that FastSpring will be performing scheduled maintenance for an infrastructure upgrade that will require a brief interruption of services on the FastSpring platform.
Date: Sunday, June 20, 2021
Start Time: 3:00 AM UTC
End Time: 4:00 AM UTC
We understand that service interruptions are very disruptive to your business, and we strive to minimize them. Our regular deployments of features and bug fixes every two weeks do not require a maintenance window or downtime. In such cases, we strive to make it seamless for our buyers and sellers. In this specific case, however, we are required to perform this maintenance by our infrastructure provider as well as a security best practice.
Security is essential to FastSpring, and we don't take it lightly. In order to minimize the impact of the interruption, we have chosen a day and time when the number of orders is at its lowest. Our goal is to complete the upgrade in less time than the window provided, to further reduce the impact.
During this maintenance window, you will not be able to make any modifications to your stores or products, test stores will be inoperable, and customers will not be able to complete a purchase from your stores. Any attempt to load a store (web storefront, classic stores, account management portal, etc) or backend (app and springboard) URL will show a splash page asking customers to return after the operation is complete. Calls to the API or SBL will return a 503 http status header with a maintenance message in the body of the response. Any operation with Store Builder Library (SBL) will not function and would trigger a data-error-callback function (if defined). In effect, popup stores will not load.
You might consider creating a secondary banner informing your buyers of the downtime. This is recommended, but not required. That way, your buyers have a secondary display to notice the downtime.
Note: This message may be modified with more information leading up to the maintenance window. Please check back here for the latest information or updates.
For any questions/concerns, please contact FastSpring Support
May 26, 22:24 UTC