Amazon web services outage causes Netflix, Instagram, Heroku and more to grind to a halt

Amazon web services outage causes Netflix, Instagram, Heroku and more to grind to a halt

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New A sizable outage of Amazon’s various web services caused many major web services to crumble on Friday evening. The issues stem from power loss and extend across Amazon’s database, cloud and Elastic Compute services, as indicated by Amazon’s status page. The outages may be related The outages began around 10:45 am EST with...
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