Cloudflare Outage Resolved!
Popular CDN (Content Delivery Network) Cloudflare is experiencing an outage that has led to several services like Zerodha, Groww, Upstox, Omegle, and Discord going down. Cloudflare acknowledged the “widespread issues” and has now confirmed that services are up and running smoothly.
Many users on the internet see a “500 internal server error” message. This happens when a web server is experiencing problems. Several platforms and apps, such as Medium.com, Groww, Discord, Zerodha, Upstox, etc., rely on Cloudflare’s network infrastructure for providing web services.
The company, on its website, said that it is investigating the issue. Updates on the website revealed that a critical P0 incident was declared, which disrupted Cloudflare’s network in broad regions.
Within a few minutes, the company stated that the issue had been identified and a fix was being implemented. Several apps and websites whose services were down due to the outage also notified and informed users about the same.
This is the 2nd such Cloudflare outage reported within a week. Last week, the outage was limited to the India region, which caused several services to face performance issues.
Popular services in India like Zerodha, Canva, Discord, Acko Insurance, Shopify, Udemy, etc. that run their operations on Cloudflare’s network experienced issues. Cloudflare did not reveal the exact cause or any other details of the issue at the time either. The services were up and running after a couple of hours of outage.