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AWS Crash crashes Amazon, iFood, Disney, Riot Games, and more sites

AWS Crash crashes Amazon, iFood, Disney, Riot Games, and more sites

Much of the world’s internet failed on Tuesday (7). Cloud computing platform bug Amazon Web Services (AWS), the most used in the world, caused many online services to show instability during the afternoon, including iFoodAnd Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, League of Legends, Valorant, and many more.

support page AWS Confirms instability in all areas in which it operates. The failure specifically affects the AWS Management Console service.

“We are experiencing console and API issues in the US-EAST-1 region. We identify the root cause and are actively working toward recovery. The issue affects the global landing page, which is also hosted on US-EAST-1,” says Amazon alert On the AWS . Status page, posted at 1:26 PM GMT.

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NS Canaltech At first I mentioned that the services Disney was unavailableBut the problem has deepened. As a result of the instability, Amazon services themselves experienced instability and another wave of AWS-based products struggled.

The DownDetector website shows that quite a few services were directly affected by the AWS outage. iFoodAnd League of Legends, Valorant, and C6 Bank quickly reached the top of the platform’s complaints.

Reduced Services with AWS (Screen Capture: Renato Santino / Canaltech)

So far, there are no expectations for AWS normalization, and therefore there is also no estimate of when services that depend on it will be fully restored.

Riot Games servers are down

Players were also affected by the AWS crash. More specifically, the flaw affects players of Riot Games, which is also based on the Amazon platform. As a result, players from League of LegendsAnd valuation NS League of Legends: Wild Rift Can’t sign in and access games.

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Riot’s official support page at Twitter Comments for players complaining about problems There is no estimate for when games will return to normal.

The company also reports the link to platform status page For players who are complaining on social media, so they can follow the progress of the fix. So far, the page only acknowledges that it is aware of the login error and is working to fix the problem.