Oracle’s cloud infrastructure business is poised to outgrow its cloud applications business by the end of 2024. Artificial intelligence (AI) companies are embracing its platform.
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Alloy XYZ lets big Oracle cloud-infrastructure customers evolve into cloud providers offering industry-specific solutions to other businesses.
In this Oracle CloudWorld analyst take, Wayne shares what he learned from OCI lead Clay Magouryrk about the division’s new products and partnerships.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, VP Sohan DeMel shares examples of the company’s work with large organizations such as AT&T and T-Mobile.
In an online presentation, the Oracle founder talked about his ambitions in cloud infrastructure, and what Oracle has that Amazon and Microsoft don’t.
Oracle has won a massive endorsement, as Zoom has picked Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to help manage its explosive growth, to 300 million daily users.
Oracle has quietly aligned with a leading research university exploring novel ways to treat COVID-19 and with NVIDIA’s genomic-analysis specialists.
Bob Evans shares highlights from his interview with Corporate VP of Google Cloud Kevin Ichhpurani about Google Cloud partners.
In CXO2 Minute, Ep. 41, Wayne discusses the Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure, which was announced at the recent INSPIRE developer conference.
With plans to continue fueling its growth rates, CFO Brian Olsavsky announces Amazon’s $25 billion investment into AWS infrastructure.
Amazon CFO reports plans to boost capital expenditures towards infrastructure and invest nearly $25 billion on AWS infrastructure.
In this Industry Cloud Battleground Week Moment, Joe Miles from Google Cloud talks about the launch of Workspace and the importance of embedding security and privacy into healthcare infrastructures.
Business Challenge – Staying Ahead of Demand As a leading global online marketplace, Etsy has more than 2.8 million sellers…
In the Cloud Wars landscape, Oracle leads with a remarkable 30% growth rate, closely followed by ServiceNow and Microsoft at 27% and 24%, respectively, with Microsoft’s FY24 Q1 standing out as an extraordinary quarter, contributing $6.1 billion in incremental cloud revenue.
A look at how Salesforce’s Automotive Cloud is revolutionizing the future of driving, enhancing in-car experiences, and empowering automakers with real-time insights in the rapidly evolving automotive industry.
The big three cloud service providers AWS, Azure and Google Cloud share but also differ on features and vulnerabilities.
Q3 results show Microsoft, Google Cloud, and AWS have unique responses to evolving market dynamics, along with insight into the potential disruptor, Oracle.
A multi-billion-dollar infrastructure investment by Microsoft in Australia will drive AI, cloud, and cybersecurity outcomes.
AWS partners with blockchain gaming startup Immutable, which joins the Amazon Accelerate program and plans infrastructure collaboration.
ServiceNow’s Q3 subscription revenue jumped 27% to $2.22 billion, catapulting the company to the #2 spot on the Cloud Wars list of the world’s fastest-growing cloud vendors, thanks to powerful demand for its GenAI technology.