Update, 10.30am AEST: A Google spokesperson said Sunday's outage had been resolved by 4pm Pacific Time (9am AEST on Monday).
"We will conduct a post-mortem and make appropriate improvements to our systems to prevent this from happening again," the spokesperson said.
"We sincerely apologise to those who were impacted by today’s issues. Customers can always find the most recent updates on our systems on our status dashboard."
"We believe we have identified the root cause of the congestion and expect to return to normal service shortly," the spokesperson added.
Big impact across the global services pic.twitter.com/hbRGX0b3PR— Kenn White (@kennwhite) June 2, 2019
The company's G Suite Status page shows that Gmail, Google Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Sliges, Sites, Groups, Hangouts (plus its Chat and Meet), Vault, Forms, Keep, Tasks and Voice are all affected.
The outage does not appear to be global with both Gmail and YouTube working as they should in Melbourne.
The Googlers who designed Google+ so well it stayed online while the rest of the internet burnt down. pic.twitter.com/CzaDioRfd1— Kevin Beaumont (@GossiTheDog) June 2, 2019
Google's services in the UK and mainland Eruope also appear to be affected.
Discord, the free voice and text chat for gamers, Snapchat, Uber and Shipify also appear to be affected by the Google Cloud outage.
It's not you. It's Google. Major outages being reported in the last hour. 1000's of services and sites impacted including:— Chad Fullerton (@chad_fullerton) June 2, 2019
- @Shopify#outage #down #notworking #Yikes pic.twitter.com/1MM0pJvp3P