Amazon Web Services was among several online platforms reporting outages Wednesday morning, according to an online monitoring platform.
Streaming platform Twitch, PlayStation Network, and food delivery service SkipTheDishes were also impacted, downdetector.ca indicates.
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Downdetector, which tracks outages by gathering status reports from several sources, including user-submitted errors on its platform, was logging thousands of complaints for the services.
“This issue is now recovering. Users can once again access Twitch. Thank you for all your patience,” Twitch tweeted Wednesday.
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Downdetector tracking data shows outrages reports dropped significantly after 11:30 a.m. ET for those platforms, though some issues may still remain for certain websites.
Amazon indicated on its website its web service platform was up and running again.
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This latest outage comes after Amazon Web Services went down last week, impacting websites and services for universities, governments and companies.
Amazon said the outage was likely due to issues related to application programming interface, which is a set of protocols for building and integrating application software.
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