Maybe Obama should have hired Bethesda.
This stuff happens to any website that gets too many hits. It will all be settled out eventually and it's really no big deal.
GTA 5's online component launched on the same day as the healthcare website and it's still having problems as well. This is a game that made a billion dollars in 3 days, and the online component launched 2 weeks after it initially launched. If Rockstar can't have a smooth roll out of their online component with such high traffic, then no one really can.
Eat me, drink me, love me;
Laura make much of me
Now there is a huge waste eh? Oh well, we can just borrow it now that the debt ceiling is raised right?A Reuters review of government documents shows that the contract to build the federal Healthcare.gov online insurance website - key to President Barack Obama's signature healthcare reform - tripled in potential total value to nearly $292 million as new money was assigned to the work beginning in April this year.
Insight: As Obamacare tech woes mounted, contractor payments soared | Reuters
Is the Consumer Reports article a foreshadowing of the destruction that will be wrought by the content of Obamacare? Maybe a "You saw it here first, folks!" Kind of story?
If you're a young person hoping for a future or you have a job with a family to support, pay attention to that advice from Consumer Reports and don't call or go online and give your personal information to the Obama government.
The ACA website took all of the information and put it behind a logon prompt because they don't want sticker shock for casual browsers, nor do they want google caching health care prices.
Because of that simple decision, they created a bottleneck, and based on the architecture they built( based on reports ), they cannot add capacity via hardware to solve it. They need to tear the whole thing down and start over.
In fact, it seems that Rockstar's problems are very similar to Obama's problems. I wonder if they hired the same company?
'GTA Online' Is Live, But Not Functional - Forbes
jallman: "It's all good. At least you have a thick skin and can take being poked fun back at without crying. "