April 22, 2011 by USA Post
Amazon’s Server, Key websites on the Internet were disabled or unavailable altogether yesterday morning after server problems in a data center that Amazon paralyzed from the company Web hosting service.
The flaw in the Amazon EC2 service, depending on its Web Services division, began at 1:41 am PDT, according to state panel for the company, and has led to cuts in popular sites such as images, Quran, Foursquare, Motherboard.tv, Hootsuite and more. Service at some sites has been restored, but there are many online courses, while Amazon to resolve the interruption inexplicable.
Reddit homer and offered apologies and explanations to users pending the resolution of the issue.
“Our data center hosts usually amazing, Amazon EC2, are having a hiccup this morning,” the Foursquare, which has solved problems with the Amazon and took the check-in service back online. Pictures of bookmarks site remains down, however, explaining in a flag on top of your site “Amazon is currently experiencing a degradation. They’re working on it.”
Amazon Web Services Status panel displays the current status of many of Amazon farms and data centers across the country, the site reveals issues continues in the center of Northern Virginia data, resulting in connectivity issues, server delays, and simple cuts.
“We’re working on restoring access to affected multiple instances AZ and solve latency issues E / S,” says a note posted on the status page at 6:29 am Pacific time, where the service Service relational database is experiencing performance cuts.
The company Elastic Compute Cloud in Northern Virginia continues to suffer cuts, starting at 7:40 a.m. PDT.
The company did not respond to requests for more information FoxNews.com or status updates.
According to a record of incidents published on the site, a router problem at the heart of Northern Virginia caused connectivity issues on March 17 also.
A list on its website offers a series of case studies illustrating how to use Amazon’s services are. The list includes dozens of clients, including Ericsson, the European Space Agency, The Guardian, Sorenson Media, and more.
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