My apologies if this post should be placed elsewhere or if there is an active discussion /announcement that I missed (I did try to find one).
I'm interested in whether or not EN management intends to provide a public follow-up to the service outage that occurred yesterday.
I noted all the Premium users who were commenting in the tracking thread for the issue. These paying customer - include yours truly - essentially lost the application yesterday along with all of their stored objects for the duration of the outage. Some of these customer were dependent on the application to earn a living. And while, I'm not really interested in the back room issues that caused this specific outage, I am deeply concerned that this has exposed a critical flaw in the 10x architecture as it stands today. To organize the application so that the data store and the base code are local to the user, but migrate a critical function (search) to a remote data center with ZERO local fallback is an unacceptable / fatal application design issue, IMO.
Fortunately, my business and my well-being are not dependent on EN. And given what I experienced yesterday, there is no way in hell I would allow that to become the case currently.
Curious to find out what the EN organization has to say.