Globally For Many Users Amazon’s Online Store Down
E-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. saw a major outage on Sunday night, the second major service disruption since late June, according to the DownDetector downtime monitoring website.
His online shop showed error messages on several regional domains. Reuters was unable to access product listings across its domains, which include India, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Singapore, and Canada. "We're sorry some customers may have difficulty purchasing." "Thank you for your patience while we work on solving the problem," said an Amazon spokesman.
Some domains were secured by 04:00 GMT. Amazon did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the extent to which the services were resumed. According to DownDetector, more than 38,000 user reports indicated problems with Amazon's online store, while nearly 500 users reported problems with Amazon's web services.
According to DownDetector, about 80% of the reported problems were due to the website, 15% to the login, and 5% to the registration services.
Down Detector monitors outages on its platform by collecting status reports from multiple sources, including errors that are sent to the user. The outage could be affected by a large number of users. In June, a lot of users experienced a brief downtime on Amazon platforms, including Prime Video and Alexa, before the services began.