It appears that Amazon Web Services is suffering database problems in some parts of Sydney. The cloud provider told itNews that its relational database service (RDS) hosted in Sydney was suffering “increased create times and cluster unavailability”. The problem was first reported just before 8am this morning but AWS says it was “beginning to see recovery for some clusters”. “We continue to work towards full resolution,” it said. itNews has more. More to come. Business Insider Emails & Alerts Site highlights each day to your inbox. Follow Business Insider Australia on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
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