Amazon Cloud Returns To Full Operation After Brief Outage

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Amazon confirmed that it is back in full flow after a recent outage that affected its cloud service provider Amazon Web Services.

News of the recovery was confirmed on AWS’s dashboard which is used to log outages.

According to the statement, the company has resolved the issue affecting internet connectivity to Oregon and Northern California. The dashboard confirming the recovery pointed out, “The issue has been resolved and the service is operating normally.”

AWS supports some of the biggest brands using its cloud services. These include Netflix, Slack, Amazon’s Ring and DoorDash, Amazon’s live-streaming site Twitch, Disney +, Robinhood and several others.

During the outage, most partner sites, including Amazon’s e-commerce site, were made inaccessible.

For more information, read the original story in Reuters.



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