Let’s Encrypt will begin phasing out their support of ACMEv1 for domain validations starting June 1. As part of their depreciation process, they will intermittently disable service on the following days:
- June 1
- June 9
- June 17 - June 18
- June 24 - June 26
Existing custom domains will not be impacted by these disruptions, but you will not be able to create a new domain during these times. Outside of the scheduled service outages, the CDN and Custom Domain services should work as expected.
The final disruption will occur on July 2, when Let’s Encrypt will shut the ACMEv1 validation service down permanently. cloud.gov will be utilizing ACMEv2 from Let’s Encrypt by this date via the new External Domain service that will become available.
For more information about cloud.gov’s plans for handling the phasing out of ACMEv1 support please refer to our original maintenance notice (https://cloudgov.statuspage.io/incidents/gxl7h0pgkp6r
), and for more details regarding the deprecation plan from Let’s Encrypt please refer to their End of Life plan for ACMEv1 (https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/end-of-life-plan-for-acmev1/88430
If you have any questions about these maintenance notices, please contact us at email@example.com