My personal website is hosted on Microsoft Azure as a shared web hosting plan using WordPress. Since my WordPress database is over 20MB I do pay $9.99 a month for a larger DB through ClearDB. Yesterday I went to post a blog to both Catapult’s website and my personal website. When I attempted to post it to my personal website I received a 402 error in Windows Live Writer. When I browsed to my personal website the page said it was temporary unavailable and to check back soon. I’m sorry that I didn’t get a screenshot. I wasn’t planning on blogging about this. Knowing something wasn’t right I logged into Azure to manage my website and I noticed it was was suspended for excessive CPU cycles. I guess your only allowed 4 hours of CPU time every 24 hours. There are also quotas but since my personal website isn’t visited much I didn’t understand why I was hitting any quotas. I’ve never had this problem in the past and if I have I didn’t know about it. Sure enough everything eventually went back to normal but it looks like there are spikes every few days that might be suspending my account. Since then I updated WordPress to version 4 and I’m going to monitor everything. Hopefully that fixes this problem. If it doesn’t I need to look at other things. I could upgrade to a dedicated VM or add support but my personal website isn’t worth $30-$50 a month.