Microsoft has released an overview of the problems suffered by its Azure cloud platform beginning on 4 September, saying that the investigation would continue and a detailed analysis would be released later.
Microsoft's Azure cloud platform has suffered a massive outage that affected customers in various parts of the world, with cooling problems being identified at about 2.30am Pacific Time on Tuesday (7.30pm AEST Tuesday).
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