Google Cloud Platform fixes issues that took down Spotify, Snapchat and other popular sites
- Issues with Google Cloud Platform and Domains hit several major websites and apps on Tuesday.
- Users reported issues with websites with Google domains, like Breitbart and Drudge Report, as well as apps hosted on the Google Cloud Platform, including Snapchat, Discord and Spotify.
Issues with Google Cloud Platform hit several major websites and apps on Tuesday. Users reported issues with websites with Google domains, like Breitbart and Drudge Report, as well as apps hosted on the Google Cloud Platform, including Snapchat, Discord and Spotify.
Other apps affected include Agile CRM, Instapage, Pivotal Tracker, Sourcegraph and PokemonGo.
Google's Cloud Status Dashboard showed disruptions in its App Engine, Cloud Networking and Stackdriver.
"We are aware of issues affecting some of our GCP services and the team is actively investigating," Google said in a statement.
The Drudge Report and Breitbart were back up and running within about a half hour. Around that same time, Google said issues with Stackdriver, which provides performance and diagnostics data to public cloud users, were resolved for "some users," with a full resolution forthcoming. The company said issues with Google Cloud Platform services should have been resolved for all users by about 3:45 p.m. EST.
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