back to article Outage hits some Google Cloud services, error rate curve flattens and they're coming back

Google’s cloud is experiencing trouble. Just after 18:00 Pacific Time on March 30th - 1:00AM GMT on the 31st – the cloud company reported “Affected customers will experience failures in Cloud SQL instance creations, and increased error rates in related products which include: Cloud Data Fusion, and Cloud Composer.” Two hours …

  1. Kevin McMurtrie Silver badge

    Mystery scalability limit

    AWS had outages too today. No cloud provider is going to tell you when they're out of capacity and running with no fault tolerance. You just find out when it breaks.

    There were some advantages to the good old days when you ran your own hardware.

    1. Claptrap314 Silver badge

      Re: Mystery scalability limit

      I would think that the spot pricing for "serverless" applications would be a pretty explicit indicator.

      Information flows a lot more freely than most suspect.

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