- Amazon's web-hosting subsidiary, AWS, is experiencing major issues.
- The outage appeared to cause issues for major streaming services, including Netflix and Disney Plus.
- AWS is "investigating increased error rates."
Amazon's web hosting subsidiary, AWS, appears to have suffered a major outage on Tuesday morning.
Reports on the website Down Detector indicate widespread issues with AWS, which caused ripple effects to services like Netflix and Disney Plus which depend on AWS servers to operate.
The company said it's "investigating increased error rates for the AWS Management Console," according to the AWS status page.
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