A large number of Microsoft’s services have been disrupted, the cause of the problem appears to be part of Microsoft’s data center failure. The service interrupted in the mainland market is mainly Microsoft Bing Search, as of the time of publication of this article, Microsoft Bing Search China version has not been restored. Microsoft’s extensive services in foreign markets have been dismal, with online services in most business areas, including Microsoft 365 and Office 365, all disrupted.
November 20, 2019 10:12: The tested Bing Search China edition is now available, and Bing Search International remains suspended in North America and Oceania.
November 20, 2019 10:20: Microsoft Azure, OneDrive, and more have begun to recover, and Xbox Live continues to fail and the situation gets worse.
According to user reports, things like the Microsoft Teams team app, Outlook Mailbox, OneDrive, Sharepoint Online, and more are not available.
In addition, Skype for Business, Xbox Live, Bing Search International, and Microsoft Azure Cloud Computing Services were also disrupted in some regions.
From the outage map, it seems that Microsoft’s cloud computing services have a problem first, and then other services running on these cloud computing services have also failed.
The affected services do not appear to have been released in more detail on official Twitter, but some of them have begun to recover in response to feedback.