Google Search, Maps, Drive, and YouTube were all down on August 8, 2022, and they all returned HTTP 500 and HTTP 502 errors.
Internet-based technology platforms immediately reported the downtime.
Google, the most popular search engine in the world, was experiencing issues starting at 2.12am BST (9.12pm EST, 11.12AM AEST), according to the real-time web site Downdetector.
According to Downdetector, 4,113 Google outages had been reported as of 11:38AM.
In a different story obtained by MandyNews.com Additionally having issues were Google Maps, Google Photos, and Gmail. Google’s search engine is vital for both to function.
In an effort to figure out why Google was down, this led many users to alternative search engines and social media sites.
Several report claimed that the Google search engine was down due to an explosion at the company’s Iowa data center in the first trending story picked up by your favorite blog, Mandy News.
Three electricians were injured as a result of the explosion and were taken to a Council Bluffs hospital.
According to the Council Bluffs Police Department, the incident happened on Monday just before midnight, according to news source SFGATE.
However, Mandy News’ investigation shows that the explosion wasn’t the cause of Google’s downtime.
The company representative stated that the team worked fast to fix the issue and that operations were once again normal.
Google issued a statement of apology in which it blamed a problem with a software upgrade.
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