Welcome to the Cloud Wars Minute — your daily news and commentary show, hosted by Cloud Wars Founder Bob Evans. Each episode provides insights and perspectives around the “reimagination machine” that is the Cloud.
00:20 — During the recent earnings call, Oracle announced that it has become a paying AWS customer.
01:48 — Customers using MySQL HeatWave pay a fee to Oracle for that usage, then Oracle pays AWS so the customer won’t have to pay for both.
02:35 — Ellison wants to make the Oracle database available in as many multi-cloud environments as possible. He made remarks regarding how MySQL HeatWave is in a position to be more interoperable than AWS databases and better in price performance than Snowflake.
03:24 — As we enter the “new dawn of the multi-cloud era,” according to Ellison, Oracle is going to be open to collaborating with other tech firms to provide more customer choices.
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