Global internet content delivery network Fastly has partially gone down, meaning some users are unable to access countless major websites, including Amazon.
Internet sites and services using the Fastly Content Delivery Network (CDN) have been chiefly unavailable for over an hour. Users across the world are unable to access sites, or are being presented with unintended versions of those sites, such as Google Docs listings.
If users can access Twitter at all, they are seeing increasing reports of sites being down or presented in unreadable forms.
The issue is varying enormously, depending on where users are in the world, and which of Fastly’s servers is their nearest. Many users have no access at all, while for others there are only a few selected sites that are unavailable.
A “Global CDN Disruption” notice on Fastly’s support Service Status page says that the issue “has been identified and a fix is being implemented.”
“Customers may experience increased origin load as global services return,” it adds.
Updated: 07:17 with news that Fastly says a fix has been applied.
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