The Cloud Confidence Index hits a record $7.2 trillion, reflecting heightened interest in AI-driven innovation, with Sam Altman’s brief move to Microsoft adding intrigue and cementing Microsoft’s dominance in the cloud market.
A special Cloud Wars Thanksgiving message touching upon the importance of family and optimism.
In the latest Cloud Wars Minute, Oracle leads the hottest growth companies with a 30% growth rate, hitting $4.6 billion in cloud revenue.
Under CEO Arvind Krishna’s strategic vision, IBM achieves a remarkable $1 billion annualized run rate for its generative AI business, marking a pivotal milestone in the technology revolution.
One of the top contenders in the Cloud Wars, ServiceNow, under the leadership of Bill McDermott, aims to revolutionize inter-enterprise opportunities and workflow offerings.
Oracle’s Larry Ellison and Microsoft’s Satya Nadella join forces to reshape the future of cloud and AI.
In this Celosphere preview, Celonis VP Chris Monkman talks about current AI functionality and future directions.
The Microsoft-Oracle partnership that’s shaping the future of AI infrastructure and cloud collaboration may well extend to AI training.
SAP and Microsoft’s potential data sharing deal is set to transform generative AI offerings, meeting the ever-growing demands of cloud customers.
An exploration of Q3 results reveals critical differences between Microsoft, Google Cloud, and AWS.
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.
Is AWS losing its dominance in the cloud market? Discover what its growth rate stabilization — at a rate well below its main competitors — means for its future.
ServiceNow’s Q3 performance showcases its ascent in the Cloud Wars, transforming the future of business technology.
Google Cloud’s Q3 performance – a 22% growth rate – represents a decline from the previous quarters, specifically from 28% in Q2.
Much of Microsoft’s exceptional Q1 results can be attributed to its recent partnership with Oracle, showing the significance of innovative alliances in meeting customer demands for digital and AI capabilities.
SAP and AWS are collaborating to enhance the HANA Cloud database, potentially aiming to challenge Oracle’s dominance in the database market.
Top cloud companies have evolving generative AI pricing strategies, and SAP’s involves a 30% premium.
SAP’s Q3 results indicate strong growth in cloud-related revenue, with its cloud ERP suite surpassing $1 billion in quarterly revenue for the first time and showing promising future commitments from customers.
Microsoft aims to address data silos in the healthcare industry to improve patient outcomes and unlock the potential of AI-driven offerings.