actually the entire internet runs on windows.
should be terraform-$X-provider
this is what normalhomosexuals actually unironically believe
not even 10% runs on windows
Someone got into my aws account somehow and used up $ 5000 worth of data/bandwidth/whatever
You obvs gave them your password somehow
The internet is a series of tubes.
Looks like Castle Canterlot .
Wait, so Amazon's the backbone of the internet
Wait till they hear about tier 1 network providers and backbones
>entire internet is few websites hosted in a 3rd world country
Honestly my money is on Amazon as the company that'll overthrow the world's governments and establish itself as the world ruler. It'll probably happen within our lifetimes. They're evil as fuck
replace aws with Cloudflare
dumb dumbs its more like this
It's actually one of the half block just above that one
>a shell script wrote by an intern in 2002
that pillar should be cloudflare hosing
someone who has no clue how hosting works. that pic would be like if someone had all their hosting locally but their service was entirely dependent on an SQS hosted on us-east-1. nobody does that shit
Even Google can't get zoning right and you expect anyone else to do it?
>The outage had a regional impact as this regional Spanner was not configured correctly across the three buildings in the region for it to maintain its quorum.
>Regional Spanner should have had one replica in each of the three buildings in the region.
>Instead, it had two of its three replicas in two different clusters in the building that was powered down.
>As a result, regional Spanner no longer met quorum across the region impacting IAM and the control planes in the region.
I don't know what your point is, but putting 2/3 replicas in the same physical location and having brief downtime while you rebuilt a replica (since your policy forbids operating without a replica) is a pretty mundane mistake. It's why you have three replicas to begin with.
The point is that even the most advanced IT company on the planet makes those "mundane mistakes", so expecting random devops shills to know their shit is a tall order.
AWS US-EAST-1 isn't a tiny block
It's also backed by a multi-billion dollar company with thousands of employees.
The analogy makes no sense in this context compared to what the image was originally made for.
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