The end of Amazon's web services for the third time this month is disrupting Slack, Asana

The Epic Games Store was also among the sites affected by the ongoing disruption.

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Amazon Web Services met with a cut Wednesday, downgrading Slack's popular social networking site and disrupting other sites.

The shutdown is at least the third this month. It appears to have been resolved within a few hours, according to reports from Downdetector.com, a website that tracks online problems with consumer complaints.

AWS has identified a disturbance "in the loss of power between a single data center within a single Available Zone (USE1-AZ4) in the US-EAST-1 region."

8:58 a.m. ET, Slack apologized for the "ongoing problem" and at 9:35 a.m. he said "you see improvements with many previously affected services while file upload problems continue."

Epic Games Store informed customers around 8:18 a.m. ET states that "termination of service services currently affects Epic Games Store, affect login, library, purchase, etc."

Slack headquarters in San Francisco.

Slack Headquarters in San Francisco.Andrej Sokolow / dpa via Getty Images

"We are monitoring the situation and will notify you once the problem has been resolved," the Fortnite provider told customers.

And software developer Asana also reported "major disruptions" early Wednesday morning but said that before 9am all issues were "resolved, and all customers should be able to access Asana again."

AWS, a leading provider of cloud infrastructure technology for all types of businesses, large and small, was hit by a major breakdown on Dis. 7 and more on Dis. 15.

Amazon Web Services met with a cut Wednesday, downgrading Slack's popular social networking site and disrupting other sites.

The shutdown is at least the third this month. It appears to have been resolved within a few hours, according to reports from Downdetector.com, a website that tracks online problems with consumer complaints.

AWS has identified a disturbance "in the loss of power between a single data center within a single Available Zone (USE1-AZ4) in the US-EAST-1 region."

8:58 a.m. ET, Slack apologized for the "ongoing problem" and at 9:35 a.m. he said "you see improvements with many previously affected services while file upload problems continue."

Epic Games Store informed customers around 8:18 a.m. ET states that "termination of service services currently affects Epic Games Store, affect login, library, purchase, etc."

And software developer Asana also reported "major disruptions" early Wednesday morning but said that before 9am all issues were "resolved, and all customers should be able to access Asana again."