Approximately 30,000 websites go down as Google Cloud shuts down on Tuesday

The Google Cloud outage on Tuesday affected Snapchat, Spotify, Discord, and thousands of websites.

However, it seems that Snapchat, Spotify and Discord are back online at 2:00 EST.

According to breaking news Posted by Google Around 1 pm, “I’m having problems with the cloud network since Tuesday.” About 10 minutes later, “I think the problem with the cloud network has been partially resolved,” but Google said. Warned, “There is no ETA to solve it completely at this time.”

“Customers can run a 404 error when accessing a web page,” the company writes.

Current state of the Internet, A website operated by SolarWinds that tracks sites that are down, Said At some point, about 29,000 website outages were reported within the last hour. According to the site dashboard, about 15,000 websites are currently down.

Internet Tracking Website NetBlocks Confirmed Extensive outages are due to Google Cloud network errors

Music sharing site Spotify, I have written “We are currently aware of some issues and are checking them. We will continue to post.”

“Both Rocket League and Rocket League Sideswipe are experiencing outages. At this time, matchmaking, parties, etc. may not be available.” Said Rocket League posted on Twitter.

Other websites such as Target, Paramount, Home Depot, Fitbit, Etsy, Pokemon Go, AWS and Last FM also shut down on Tuesday. according to NS DownDetector..

Cloudflare status update “We are investigating issues with the logging component in the Gateway. Gateway logging may be affected.” “We are working to fully understand the impact and mitigate this issue. We will follow up soon. Other updates. “

Cloudflare provides DNS and other important services to tens of thousands of websites around the world.

Subsequent updates noted that the issue was identified and that we are working to fix the error.

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Jack Phillips is the latest news reporter for The Epoch Times, based in New York.