I didn't think I would laugh that hard coming in here and reading these comments, but here we are. I can virtually guarantee that the following things are not the root of the problem:
* Lack of compute/networking/storage
* Incompetence of employees
* Back to school traffic spikes
* Just about anything else here
My $0.02. these are almost always due to bad roll outs, usually configuration changes. But I've been wrong countless times before!
Edit: made-up number has large margin of error
It's a temporary spike of traffic far outside of average use.
In order to handle it, they'd need a lot of resources that just aren't justifiable for the rest of the year.
You seem similar things when places sell highly desired items in online stores.
Temporarily shut down other people's services to favor their own?
btw never saw 500 from G before, usually just timeouts during outages
hey everybody, I spotted the problem! I'll keep an eye on my mailbox for the giant consulting fee that I assume is enroute.
Can you share the data?
This is because they have a far better and complete platform, and it appears to be better engineered too with fewer of the downtime incidents we’ve been seeing at the other vendors.
Why do you suspect this is? Let me tell you. Amazon had better people. Full stop.
I cant access any of my Airflow clusters atm. :/