This page displays several graphics that give an idea for the current
status of the mybinder.org service. You can find
a more complete set of graphs the reflect the current state of mybinder.org
If you notice an outage or strong degradation of service at
mybinder.org, please reach out to
the Binder team at the Binder gitter channel!
The following table lists BinderHub deployments in the mybinder.org
federation, along with the status of each. For more information about
the BinderHub federation, who is in it, how to join it, etc, see
the mybinder federation page.
The total number of user sessions running on Binder.
The percentage of new user sessions that successfully launched. If you see
a dip that sustains itself over time, please alert the Binder team at the
Binder gitter channel.
The amount of time it takes for a Binder session to successfully launch.
Note that if a Docker image for a repository is not on a node, the launch
time takes much longer.
As mybinder.org is a research pilot project, the main goal for the project
is to understand usage patterns and workloads for future project evolution.
While we strive for site reliability and availability, we want our users to
understand the intent of this service is research and we offer no guarantees
of its performance in mission critical uses.
We are still working on defining what the exact goals for uptime and reliability
The mybinder.org team can always use more help in maintaining the
BinderHub deployment that runs this site. If you’re interested in getting
involved, or have any thoughts or suggestions,
please reach out to us on our Gitter channel.
Below are two key reliability metrics that give an idea for the health of
the mybinder.org deployment. Note that you can find many more metrics about
the mybinder.org deployment at grafana.mybinder.org.