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Welcome to Cloud Wars, where we chronicle why the enterprise cloud is the greatest growth market the world has ever known. Our goal is to help you make great decisions for your cloud and digital strategy by understanding more completely the aspirations and capabilities of the world’s leading cloud providers. On this page you will find links & access to all of our Cloud Wars programming, including podcasts, newsletters, the Cloud Wars Minute daily news and commentary show, Top 10 reports, features and profiles and links to Industry Cloud specific events, newsletters, reports and more. You can also check out the Cloud Wars Expo in person event running at Moscone Center in San Francisco June 29-30, 2022! I’m Bob Evans, the founder of Cloud Wars, and I would love to hear from you!
Bob Evans met with Frank Slootman, SEO of Snowflake about his new powerful book “Amp It Up.” Here are 5 takeaways and unwavering advice
Apple is the world’s first company with a $3 trillion valuation. Bridget Courneya explains the background & which cloud vendors could be next.
To achieve its market cap goal of $3 trillion, Microsoft leans into industry clouds, artificial intelligence, and customer co-innovation.
Three groups of providers are pushing innovation across the cloud database competitive landscape; one has unique advantages going into 2022.
From #1 Microsoft at $80 billion to #10 IBM at $26 billion, Bob Evans shares his projections for the Top 10 vendors’ cloud revenue
IBM and SAP are focusing their partnership on helping clients accelerate the creation of their business models, revenue streams, and data-driven opportunities.
Make no mistake, the Cloud Wars will continue to accelerate as the Enterprise AI impact powers the innovative engine. So, what’s fueling this evolution?
The database market has become a battleground, as industry incumbents, cloud-native startups, and the Big 3 public cloud providers compete.
Who will acquire Veeva? The spotlight is on Microsoft and Amazon – the only two companies with the funds and strategic need for life-sciences
As Oracle looks to acquire Cerner, other major cloud providers falling into an M&A spiral to strengthen their industry cloud presence.