According to the outage tracking website Downdetector.com, Alphabet Inc’s Google was unavailable to thousands of customers on Monday. Google search was not the only service affected. The outage also affected a number of other Google apps, including Google Photos, Google Maps, Google Drive, Google Duo, and others. The services appear to be operational again.
There is no indication of an outage, according to Google’s own app status dashboard. Google has yet to offer a remark on the matter. According to Downdetector, which analyses outages by aggregating status updates from a variety of sources, including user-submitted problems on its platform, there were more than 40,000 cases of users reporting faults with the world’s largest search engine.
Google was down for thousands of users worldwide on Tuesday, according to outage tracking website Downdetector.com. According to Downdetector, which analyses outages by aggregating status updates from a variety of sources, including user-submitted problems on its platform, there were over 40,000 incidences of users reporting faults with the world’s largest search engine. ”502. That is an error. Because of a brief issue, the server was unable to finish your request. Please again in 30 seconds. “That’s all we know,” stated the message prompt.
Google has apologized for the significant international outage triggered by a software upgrade problem on Tuesday. According to a corporate spokeswoman, the team “worked fast” to resolve the issue, and services were restored to regular operation.
“We’re aware of a software upgrade problem that happened late this afternoon Pacific Time and momentarily impacted Google search and Maps availability,” they added.
“We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience.” We worked immediately to resolve the issue, and our services are now operational again.”
Technology platforms promptly reported the problem. Downdetector, a real-time internet platform, reported issues with Google Explorer, the world’s biggest search engine, beginning at 2.12 am BST (9.12 pm EST, 11.12 AM AEST). There have been 4,113 verified reports of google outrage at 11.38 AM.
Meanwhile, people rushed to Twitter to parody the outage, which was caused by Google search is unavailable. The hashtag #googledown was popular on the platform.