The East River overflowed its banks to flood Manhattan’s Upper East Side. First Avenue at 93rd Street looked more like a river than a street last night.
MarketWatch continued to suffer from tech difficulties stemming from the storm, and it most recently said it hoped to return to full functionality soon.
Much of the Northeast continues to be “offline”, as well:
Massive flooding has damaged several NYC data centers, according to Data Center Knowledge
As for New York’s data centers, Data Center Knowledge is reporting that flooding has crippled two data center buildings in Lower Manhattan, while a third is reportedly without power. Others are likely experiencing outages and running on generators, the site said.Stack Overflow said in a blog post that the company’s data center at 75 Broad Street in Lower Manhattan was running on generator power, but it decided to failover Stack Overflow, Careers, and the rest of the Stack Exchange network to its secondary data center in Oregon yesterday.