Amazon.com Inc’s widely used cloud service, Amazon Web Services (AWS) was back up on Thursday following an outage that affected several users ranging from websites to software providers.
“We have restored all traffic to Kinesis Data Streams via all endpoints and it is now operating normally,” the company said in a status update.
Amazon Kinesis, a part of AWS’ cloud offerings, collects, processes, and analyzes real-time data and offers insights.
Video-streaming device maker Roku Inc, Adobe’s Spark platform, video-hosting website Flickr, and the Baltimore Sun newspaper were among those hit by the outage, according to their posts on Twitter.
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AWS said it had identified the cause of the outage and taken action to prevent a recurrence, according to the status update.
The company did not immediately respond to a comment on the cause of the outage.