Amazon Web Services Outage Map
Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers a suite of cloud-computing services that make up an on-demand computing platform. They include Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, also known as "EC2", and Amazon Simple Storage Service, also known as "S3".
Amazon Web Services Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Yaiza, Canary Islands||2|
|Valencia, Comunitat Valenciana||2|
|New Westminster, BC||1|
|Mexico City, CDMX||1|
|San Francisco, CA||1|
|Severn Woods, MD||1|
|Mumbai Suburban, MH||1|
|Astana, Astana Qalasy||1|
|El Segundo, CA||1|
|Galway City, Connaught||1|
|Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá||1|
|Daytona Beach Shores, FL||1|
|Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid||1|
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Amazon Web Services Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@AzureSupport @Azure @awscloud No email was received looks like that was for a different support issue.
@WhenImPM @Apple @Akamai @netflix @awscloud I’ve had the same problem got a free subscription with my new phone but on the basis of its performance so far won’t be paying real money for it when this ends.
@bytenaija @awscloud I've encountered this issue before, Man was very frustrated, 🤦♂
@awscloud @mehulved The issue we are facing right now is. W/o any change in read/write throughput the burst balance is has decreased to 0 in last 8-9 days. The disk used is 100G st1 type volume.
@awscloud I'm trying to settle my server invoice but amazon is declining my credit cards
@cperciva @QuinnyPig @awscloud One terrible reason for that, but that I feel like hearing all the time : Many sysadmins seem to think they _need_ NAT as a security feature, and forget that a firewall / security group brings exactly the same protection. Don't even need to preach #IPv6 to hear it…
@cperciva @QuinnyPig @awscloud The other problem with managed NAT is it’s not HA. You really need one for each AZ, which then means a separate route table for each subnet.
@cperciva @QuinnyPig @awscloud Classic AWS product strategy is "what extra EC2 Instances do customers have to run to do X, let's do that as a service". Problem for you, the customer, is if the "managed service" costs more than the cheapest EC2 instance, then you just helped AWS revenue growth, not your costs.
@amazonhelp the AWS service outage remains unaddressed - please explain why Amazon is ignoring a significant issue
@amazonhelp the Amazon AWS is still down - please put a banner up on seller central to notify other sellers of the Amazon outage. Not taking responsibility for a known issue is pretty disrespectful to the 3P seller base
@RootweltDavid @BClint71099 @awscloud @EASPORTSFIFA I’d say so. Ea rent the servers from amazon. So when the “ea servers” go down it’s amazons fault not EA’s.
@coach4kindness @amazon @amazonmusic @awscloud @AmazonHelp @jondaly @jayduplass @alexa99 @PrimeVideoIN Maybe your followers are just doing their best to shop via local businesses rather than shopping at Amazon. I know my Amazon smile contributions are probably way down the last six months or so. But I used to spent probably between 500 and 1000 dollars a month on Amazon.
@Mightymushr00m @Gh0stivan1 That's not up to the company.. It's up to the server provider and ly guess is they use AWS. So Amazon is the one that needs to update their security.
@QuinnyPig @awscloud I bet the attacker will need some additional permissions and then raise an issue for you 😀
If your technology implements error codes, at least make them valuable. Looking at you @awscloud Redshift.