Google Cloud and G Suite are having a tough month for uptime as the company acknowledged that some customers had been hit with calendar outages on Tuesday.
In an app status update, Google’s G Suite famous: We’re investigating reviews of a difficulty with Google Calendar. We are going to present more information shortly. The affected customers are unable to access Google Calendar. Our staff is continuing to research this problem. We are going to offer a replacement by 6/18/19, 12:40 PM with extra details about this drawback. Thank you for your patience. The affected customers are unable to access Google Calendar.
Evidently, Twitter erupted with quips in regards to the day being canceled and time stopping. However jokes apart, Google has been having issues and a virtually three-hour outage did not assist issues. Google mentioned Google Calendar’s points had been resolved as of 1:13 p.m. ET. Google stated, “please rest assured that system reliability is a prime precedence at Google, and we’re making steady enhancements to make our systems better.”
The Google Calendar problem lands simply days after Google Cloud was hit with a significant outage.
Google Cloud stated that a configuration change caused a considerable outage across G Suite, YouTube, and different functions June 2.
The two incidents aren’t necessarily associated, however, do increase questions as Google is ramping its cloud business to better compete with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.