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Company Says Amazon Web Services Discontinuance Has Been Resolved – National

Amazon Web Services was among several online platforms reporting power outages on Wednesday morning, according to an online monitoring platform.

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Streaming platform Twitch, PlayStation Network and food delivery service Skip also affected, downdetector.ca shown.

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Downdetector, which monitors outages by collecting status reports from a number of sources, including user-submitted errors on its platform, has logged thousands of service complaints.

“This issue is currently under recovery. Users can access Twitch again. Thanks for all your patience,” Twitch tweeted on Wednesday.

Bug tracker data shows that offensive reports have dropped significantly after 11:30 a.m. ET for those platforms, although some issues may persist for some sites. determined.

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Amazon says on its website its web services platform is back up and running.

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Amazon Web Services says it has resolved issues related to widespread outages

This latest outage comes after Amazon Web Services went down last week, affecting websites and services for universities, governments, and companies.

Amazon said the outage could be caused by problems with the application programming interface, which is a set of protocols for building and integrating application software.

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