Amazon’s web services crashed Wednesday, slowing down the operations of popular office communications center Slack and disrupting other sites.
Resistance for at least the third time this month. According to Downdetector.com, a website that monitors Internet issues through consumer complaints, this seems to be resolved in a matter of hours.
AWS Pointed out the obstacles “Power loss within a data center in the single availability zone (USE1-AZ4) in the US-EAST-1 region.”
8:58 a.m. ET, Slag apologized He said “for persistent problems” and at 9:35 am “while problems with file uploads are going on we see improvements on most of the previously affected services”.
Epic Games Store told customers at 8:18 am ET that “service service failures are currently affecting the Epic Games Store, including logins, library, and purchases.”
“We are monitoring the situation and we will notify you when the issue is resolved,” the Fortnite provider told customers.
And workplace software maker Asana also declared it a “major failure” He said before 9am on Wednesday morning but all issues have been resolved and all customers will be able to access the seat again.
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