Amazon Web Services Outage Map

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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 Locations

Outage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:

Location Reports
Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá 4
Somerville, MA 2
Vancouver, BC 2
Guayaquil, Provincia del Guayas 2
Richmond, BC 2
Visalia, CA 1
Santa Fe, NM 1
Kenova, WV 1
Kansas City, KS 1
Rouen, Normandie 1
Dortmund, NRW 1
Mérida, YUC 1
San Diego, CA 1
La Teste-de-Buch, Nouvelle-Aquitaine 1
Mossley, England 1
Indianapolis, IN 1
Abuja, FCTA 1
Elkhart, IN 1
Charlotte, NC 1
Fremont, CA 1
Mountain View, CA 1
Madison Center, CT 1
León de los Aldama, GUA 1
Camarillo, CA 1
Mexico City, CDMX 1
Kamloops, BC 1
Logan, UT 1
Washington, D.C., DC 1
Stamford, CT 1
Cortlandt Manor, NY 1

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Amazon Web Services Comments

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Amazon Web Services Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • (((Duane))) - 🧙‍♂️🖖🦁 (@honestduane) reported

    @AWSSupport I'm calling bullshit, respectfully, as all your people did was close the ticket and claim it was a duplicate of another, very different issue. This is a common passive aggressive way to cover a mistake and don't support this abuse of customers/myself.

  • (((Duane))) - 🧙‍♂️🖖🦁 (@honestduane) reported

    @awscloud @AWSSecurityInfo @JeffBezos The sad fact is AWS is not fully self service; things go wrong and AWS refuses to make the fix easy despite the value that would give to both customers and investors. Support tickets get ignored and security theater is used to cover their ass when you push on them.

  • Frig (@TulsisOniichan) reported

    @loopholekid @awscloud “Hey guys that whole internet thing uses a lot of electricity, can you just make everything run slow as **** so it doesnt”

  • Kirill Zubovsky (@kirillzubovsky) reported

    This is not just Amazon problem, but AWS is an enormous, and complex, and this problem will only get worse, so it's worth addressing today.

  • johnlamar (@johnlamar4art) reported

    @fokafor86 They also blocked my account and I lost all my money, after using my hard earned money to purchase a gift card from Amazon..@amazon @PrimeVideo @awscloud probably got issues with Africans..

  • Josh Gibson (@josh_a_gibson) reported

    As a #shareholder of #amazon I want them to get broken up. I would rather invest in their #AWS versus their #marketplace. Let’s do #class A and B #shares. Their .com presence is as strong as it is due to the funding from AWS.

  • Doug Toppin (@dougtoppin) reported

    @rchrdbyd @emrahsamdan @awscloud In this case it was Python using parquet with a very long compute cycle and included numpy/pandas and so on making the deployment package too large. Using older lib versions which were smaller fixed the problem but I was interested in trying a Fargate task to use latest.

  • Ness (@1Lastname) reported

    @vedia_lupae @kevinlebo @farisfair @awscloud It’s easier said then done, believe me I know, but if it was easy, than the problem would have been solved a long time ago.

  • Ness (@1Lastname) reported

    @vedia_lupae @kevinlebo @farisfair @awscloud This statement is not favoring either side of the controversy. Just addressing the problem won’t solve it. Why argue about a problem when you can find a way to fix it. If people are dying out there, then why not find a way to help them.

  • Matt Onderlinde (@Weathernerds) reported

    @crownweather @allisonhouse Supposedly there was an issue upstream of Amazon AWS that was causing the issue and has been resolved. It's supposed to be repopulating and catching up now although it's still 5 hours behind... hopefully the pace picks up soon.

  • Jake Taylor (@VaughnsBattery) reported

    @johncardillo @mitchellvii I believe they thought they could build their own platform. To do that it would require 40-50M to do so. Parler's biggest problem is they built it stupidly on Amazon/AWS technology, which is Bezos company. You can never get off AWS infrastructure once on. It will fail too.

  • 須藤あつこ (@atti7777) reported

    @AWS_edu @WeAreTUDublin @awscloud When will you fix maintenance. Please advise.

  • Neeraj Mathur (@neeraj) reported

    @efeatherston @dhinchcliffe @waynesadin @sarbjeetjohal @awscloud @furrier @rwang0 @thomaspower @mdkail @AkwyZ @mthiele10 @MarshaCollier @profgalloway @stu @zehicle @evankirstel @ellenfeaheny @matteastwood @Scobleizer @APGuha @TheCloudand_Me @NeilCattermull @Azure @googlecloud Nah, they will blame it on some #Marketing person down the line for that call and move along. Do another press-release and come up with a new fancy term/reason and still do the same. #AWS.

  • Derek (@ricketyoldshack) reported

    @GarbageApe I went through all those ambassador accounts and every one of them was used by multiple 'people.' I am convinced they are all edited by the Amazon AWS AI product. They're human-adjacent, and almost believable except for a few obvious problems.

  • Shekhar Govindarajan (@shekharg) reported

    @AWSSupport how to upload data from a on-premise (or local) MySQL to Amazon Elastricsearch Service. Logstash (which is working for our local ES installation) is not working with Amazon Elastricsearch Service

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