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:
|Mexico City, CDMX||3|
|New Westminster, BC||2|
|Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá||2|
|Yaiza, Canary Islands||2|
|Gomel, Gomel Oblast||1|
|Minsk, Horad Minsk||1|
|Sochi, Krasnodarskiy Kray||1|
|Guayaquil, Provincia del Guayas||1|
|São Paulo, SP||1|
|Berlin, Land Berlin||1|
|Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg Region||1|
|Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid||1|
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Amazon Web Services Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
at last @telstra did #whitelist of my #domain of my #mail #server after I emailed them a request so my #emails to #bigpond no longer #bounce and #mailq is empty of deferred emails for past 5 days or more - @awscloud #AWS #EC2 no longer source of #block like before
@riferrei @apache_pulsar @awscloud @confluentcloud In the context of my mind exercise, i believe my requirements are mostly hot. In fact, having read about pulsar brokers write and read caches and its tiered storage, they answers what I believe/decided to be my problem
@riferrei @apache_pulsar @awscloud @confluentcloud In the context of my mind exercise, i believe my requirements are mostly cold. In fact, having read about pulsar tiered storage, it answers what I believe/decided to be my problem
@Franck_chester @apache_pulsar @awscloud @confluentcloud Rather than a "service" that simply spins up a bunch of EC2 instances behind the scenes and ask you to size the amount of disk per server and which AMI to use. You're right, with MSK doesn't seem easier than managing yourself (4)
@Franck_chester @apache_pulsar @awscloud My first instinct is always double-check if my understanding of the problem has enough details that will help me in selecting the appropriate technology. If not, I would stop right there 😉 (2)
@Franck_chester @apache_pulsar @awscloud @Franck_Chester, if I may, I think the challenge here is because you're evaluating technologies for a problem that you don't seem to have yet. For instance: "I don’t have long term event persistence requirement just yet" (1)
@argamingpakist1 @ZombienNoid @FleaYT @markimbriaco @DonaldMustard @evankinney @nickchester @awscloud Ya , but I meant it that the Server Addition or Removal is the task of these Devs .. If these Devs asks and pay for server , @awscloud just give them .. It still needs Devs decision and it matters alot .
from Helsinki, Uusimaa
Debugged for a few hours why Amazon API Gateway binary media types didn't work and pictures were broken. Turns out AWS CDK doesn't make a stage deployment when you change the binary types of the RestApi object. Had to trigger a deployment manually from AWS Console.
Glued my seat for a whole day, I struggled with @streamlit to pass a plotly chart (#HeatMap); after several trials & errors, I finally decided to start with a clean #RHEL7 VM in @awscloud (instead of an AMI with Python2), installed #Python3 (& the pip) & was able get it working!
I will never use @telstra after they screwed up my #mail #server by blocking #email from my @awscloud server to #bigpond #corruption #fraud - they never checked my domain #spam #whitelisting on many #blacklist sites - totally stupid company #networking - I am #migrating server
I have #ipaddress of all the problematic #bigpond #mail #server that are blocking incoming #emails from my mail server on @awscloud - still in my mailq after 4 days - @telstra is doing nothing - big monster
@_ArDy18_ @ZombienNoid @FleaYT @markimbriaco @DonaldMustard @evankinney @nickchester Server responsible is @awscloud AWS
@awscloud Please Help. We are receiving a Ddos Attack from this server 220.127.116.11 from Germany. Thanks.
@abperiasamy @ruanbekker @CloudNativeFdn @PrometheusIO @awscloud @ThanosMetrics @Minio We had a chat on slack and I think I also opened a github issue where the end result was that the performance drop was expected due to erasure coding and network transfer.
@ruanbekker @abperiasamy @CloudNativeFdn @PrometheusIO @awscloud @ThanosMetrics @Minio When using Minio, don’t use distributed minio as it is too slow. We needed to run single instance for it to perform close to prom speed, otherwise it was 200-300% slower.