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Google Cloud Platform, offered by Google, is a suite of cloud computing services that runs on the same infrastructure that Google uses internally for its end-user products, such as Google Search and YouTube.

Google Cloud Most Affected Locations

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

Location Reports
Guadalajara, JAL 1
Calgary, AB 1
San Jose, CA 1
Playa del Carmen, ROO 1
Los Angeles, CA 1
Barreiro, Distrito de Setúbal 1
Stockholm, Stockholm 1

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Google Cloud Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • African Caramel 💕💎 (@sylviakwamboka_) reported

    @googlecloud I have a problem with my Google account.

  • pwais (@pwais) reported

    @abhinavsharma Once gmail becomes as bad as @GoogleCloud it wont be slick anymore

  • Jacob Kreider (@JacobKreider) reported

    @GCPcloud I haven't yet, but I will-- thanks for the link! For the record, I don't think it's a bug or anything, I'm just clearly missing something about the data structure and am hoping someone can tell me what. I'll reach out to support and see what they say

  • 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.

  • Tim McBreen (@tim_mcbreen) reported

    @dhinchcliffe @efeatherston @sarbjeetjohal @awscloud @furrier @rwang0 @thomaspower @mdkail @AkwyZ @mthiele10 @MarshaCollier @profgalloway @stu @zehicle @evankirstel @ellenfeaheny @matteastwood @Scobleizer @APGuha @TheCloudand_Me @NeilCattermull @Azure @googlecloud I guess AWS didn’t leave their egos at the door. I hope they get killed by that marketing strategy. Customers usually don’t like being told what they can or can’t do by a SERVICE provider. Microsoft strategy should be what will AWS ban next.

  • Michael Edelman (@edelman215) reported

    @GCPcloud @kubernetes @HelmPack @HashiCorp The point being: if you're running a sophisticated, cloud-native, distributed system (which is a great idea) in production to support your enterprise, you likely have someone(s) that you are already paying to to do the hard stuff above. They can do the easy stuff, too.

  • Michael Edelman (@edelman215) reported

    @GCPcloud @kubernetes @HelmPack @HashiCorp Unlike apps designed to run under very specific constraints--e.g., those for your mobile devices--there is absolutely no guarantee that your existing cloud infrastructure will support whatever app you want to install.

  • Michael Edelman (@edelman215) reported

    @GCPcloud @kubernetes For instance, consider @HelmPack--the goto package manager for kubes--which, "help[s] you define, install, and upgrade even the most complex Kubernetes application." They also have an `app store` with one line installs for 800+ 'apps' (from the likes of IBM etc)--totally free.

  • Sachin Sharma (@SATINGAUX) reported

    Kindly acknowledge this issue @GCPcloud

  • Alex Reid (@AlexJReid) reported

    @jacksonps4 @GCPcloud Really bad email.

  • Ertan Bozkurt (@bozkurtertan81) reported

    @GCPcloud it's the latest version 76.0.3809.100 (Official Build) (64-bit). ok i will post it on your support page

  • Michael Boswell (@downloadcue) reported

    I’ve checked hundreds of apps that all use @googlecloud OAuth, and not a single company puts this information on their homepage. This is ridiculous. We have a Privacy Policy and Terms of Service we worked with our lawyers to keep as simple as possible on our homepage.

  • Matt Smith (@Harmelodic) reported

    @GCPcloud Not to worry, had a chat with some Google engineers and found it was a weird browser caching issue that meant I needed to restart Chrome and clear some stuff.

  • Matt Smith (@Harmelodic) reported

    @GCPcloud The clusters themselves aren't down, as my sites are still working, but accessing them via the @GCPcloud console is just not happening.

  • _ (@pyspam) reported

    @GCPcloud We also tried to get better insights and support from a GCP consulting company in germany but it was disappointing. It's not useful if you try to adopt OSS software, rebrand it and hope that someone is using it if you dont provide a good customer support or implement all features


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