If you find that certain apps, websites, and games are having trouble loading this morning or seem more sluggish than usual, there may be an explanation. Today, on which many applications and websites work, it has encountered more difficulties, affecting a number of services for at least the third time.
AWS states on its service health dashboard that there is a power outage in a data center in the US-EAST-1 region. The issues were first reported at 7:35 AM ET. By 8:39 AM ET, power had been restored to “all instances and network devices within the affected datacenter” and AWS noted that services using the datacenter for hosting and affected by the outage were beginning to recover. After about 25 minutes, she said that the majority of AWS services had recovered, but indicated that she was still trying to address issues with some Elastic Block Store (a type of AWS storage) due to “degraded IO performance”.
Among the affected services are the Epic Games Store – The internet outage affected logins, library, purchases, and more – which indicated it was having trouble uploading files, modifying messages, and other features. And, the family location sharing app, and And fall men Among the services that reported issues, while the likes of Hulu, Rocket LeagueGrindr and McDonald’s app have also experienced difficulties, according to reports submitted by users on Down Detector. At the time of writing, some of these issues are still ongoing.
AWS outage on December 7th the likes of Associated Press, Disney+ and Vice. AWS This was caused by an issue with the automated capacity metering feature. A short pause on December 15 on Twitch, Slack, and online gaming services.
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