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Cloud Wars Customers can converse with Amazon's retail AI assistant Rufus and ask questions in context, such as whether a product is suitable for a particular purpose.
Cloud Wars Snowflake, Workday, and Salesforce experience the greatest market cap percentage gains among the Cloud Wars Top 10. The index reflects customer confidence in these firms.
Cloud Wars Minute The Cloud Wars Cloud and AI Confidence Index reaches an all-time high, led by Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, which all gained well over $1 trillion in market cap.
Cloud Wars Andy Jassy claims AWS had the cloud market's highest incremental revenue gain, overlooking Microsoft's superior figures, leading to questions about his perception of cloud services.
Cloud Wars Minute Amazon CEO Andy Jassy's remarks on cloud providers raise questions about whether the company is evolving in line with customer requirements.
Cloud Wars IBM has expanded the list of countries — to include four in Europe — in which partners can sell IBM applications listed in the AWS Marketplace to customers.
Cloud Wars The NFL has continued its partnership with AWS to develop tools using AI and machine learning to advance analytics in the sports industry, and AWS' technology will feature prominently in the Super Bowl.
Cloud Wars Cloud Wars Top 10 companies are investing outside technology centers, increasing those locations' profile in tech and helping them build a more tech-savvy workforce.
Cloud Wars Google Cloud claims the #1 spot in the Cloud Wars growth chart with a 25.7% growth rate and $9.2 billion in revenue, amid shifting industry dynamics.
Cloud Wars Google Cloud has a narrow lead on the Cloud Wars growth chart; Microsoft's growth is remarkable; and the GenAI Revolution continues to impact the top cloud vendors.
Cloud Wars AWS, once the undisputed leader, is struggling to keep pace with the rapid growth and customer-focused innovations of Microsoft, Google, and Oracle in the cloud market.
Cloud Wars Minute The cloud hyperscalers are splitting into two distinct groups: sprinters (Microsoft, Google Cloud, and Oracle) and plodders (AWS).
AI/AI Index Weekly ReportAI Index Ep 24: Accenture and Unilever announce partnership for GenAI; Amazon fund invests in robotics and AI; and Vertice provides cloud expense management.
Cloud Wars Minute Amazon framework would apply generative AI with pre-trained large language models (LLMs) to the process of database debugging.
AI/AI Index Weekly ReportAI Index Ep 23: Amazon Updates Alexa and Echo with GenAI; Robin AI secures funds for its legal copilot; and Volkswagen embeds ChatGPT-based voice assistant.
Cloud Wars Innovation often comes from start-ups, but several of the biggest software firms — AWS, IBM, Microsoft — are able to prove their technology in their own complex supply chains.
AI/AI Index Our top products to watch this year range from applications with comprehensive supply chain functionality to transportation-focused specialty apps.
Cloud Wars AWS and NVIDIA have joined forces to introduce a cutting-edge supercomputing platform for generative AI.
Cloud Our practitioner analysts deliver a 360-degree perspective on cloud database TCO from their vantage points: CFO, CIO, and partnerships.
Cloud Wars Minute In another example of the evolving nature of partnerships in the Cloud Wars Top 10, AWS and Salesforce expand their collaboration to data and AI initiatives.
Cloud Wars Cocreation partnership between AWS, IBM melds the best of their respective databases in the cloud while supporting modern AI workloads.
Cloud Wars Minute ServiceNow claims the top spot as the world's hottest cloud vendor with a remarkable 27% growth rate, outpacing all the other Cloud Wars Top 10 companies.
AI/AI Index Weekly Report AI Index Ep 20: AWS announcements from the re:Invent 2023 conference; AI21 Labs raises $200 million for NLP applications; Smith.ai builds custom AI chat tools for virtual agents.
News The Cloud Wars Top 10 companies, with a combined market cap exceeding $7 trillion, have experienced a range of performance in 2023, with CEOs including Microsoft's Satya Nadella and SAP's Christian Klein standing out.
Data Modernization Strategic Partnerships Development Manager Birendra Gosai shares how AWS has supported its customers with managed database services.
Data Modernization Saurabh Shanbhag highlights the advantages of Graviton chips on AWS, emphasizing up to 30% better price performance, reduced power consumption for sustainability, and cost savings.
Cloud Wars Minute Who is the Cloud Wars CEO of the Year? A call to vote for your pick for Cloud Wars CEO of the Year.
Cloud Wars A multi-pronged AI program from Amazon aims to train two million people through new courses, a scholarship program and a generative AI curriculum created with Code.org.
Cybersecurity as a Business Enabler HYCU reaches SaaS data protection milestone with 50th integration, continues to ramp up protection for AWS environment.
Cloud Wars Minute In the latest Cloud Wars Minute, Oracle leads the hottest growth companies with a 30% growth rate, hitting $4.6 billion in cloud revenue.
Cybersecurity as a Business Enabler The big three cloud service providers AWS, Azure and Google Cloud share but also differ on features and vulnerabilities.
Cloud Wars AWS introduces the European Sovereign Cloud, designed to help organizations navigate complex compliance regulations in Europe while benefiting from AWS's performance and security features.
Cloud Wars Q3 results show Microsoft, Google Cloud, and AWS have unique responses to evolving market dynamics, along with insight into the potential disruptor, Oracle.
Cloud Wars Minute An exploration of Q3 results reveals critical differences between Microsoft, Google Cloud, and AWS.
Cloud Wars Minute AWS partners with blockchain gaming startup Immutable, which joins the Amazon Accelerate program and plans infrastructure collaboration.
Cloud Wars A look at AWS's Q3 2023 revenue growth, highlighting its 12% rate and raising questions about its ability to adapt to changing customer needs.
Cloud Wars SAP is partnering with AWS to enhance its HANA Cloud database, signaling SAP's increased focus on the cloud-native database market.
Cloud Wars Minute SAP and AWS are collaborating to enhance the HANA Cloud database, potentially aiming to challenge Oracle's dominance in the database market.
AI/AI Index Weekly Report AI Index Report Ep 14: Mistral AI launches its first model, Mistral 7B; Amazon invests in Anthropic to compete with rivals; OpenAI releases DALL-E 3 multimodal updates.
Cloud Wars Microsoft maintains strong growth, AWS faces challenges, and Oracle surprises with remarkable growth.
Cloud Wars Minute Projections for the Q3 financial results of major cloud companies, including Microsoft, Google Cloud, and AWS, focusing on their growth rates and the potential shift of AWS into software services.
Cloud Wars Workday and AWS' partnership, which began over a decade ago, has evolved significantly, and the companies are now focused on helping developers create customized apps using AWS AI services.
Cloud Wars Minute Workday is partnering with AWS to provide AI services through its platform, accelerating its expansion into the AI ecosystem.
CXO MinuteDiscover the distinctive supply chain products of Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft and their potential benefits for businesses.
Cloud Wars BMW Group’s advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) will equip a new line of vehicles; AWS will play a critical role in providing the required infrastructure.
Cloud A Partners Ecosystem digital event featuring Couchbase & AWS defining how their relationship delivers unique value to customers, enabling them to drive down the TCO of cloud databases, ensure optimal performance, and utilize AI to support data and infrastructure.
Cloud Wars Microsoft's cloud business is projected to generate as much revenue in 2023 as both AWS and Google Cloud combined, highlighting its dominance in addressing customer needs and pioneering in technology.
Cloud Wars Minute Microsoft's cloud success vs. AWS and Google Cloud is driven by its end-to-end portfolio, strategic partnerships, AI initiatives, and impressive scale.
Cloud Wars Its growth rate has declined over 18 months, but AWS remains a dominant cloud infrastructure force and customers benefit from its scale, focus on innovation, and generative AI strategy.
Cloud Wars Minute Despite declining growth rates, AWS has plenty going for it including its massive scale, cloud infrastructure leadership, customer focus, and potential in the generative AI market.
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Founded in 2006, Amazon Web Services was created as parent company Amazon learned that the massive IT infrastructure it required around holidays and other peak shopping times was vastly underutilized for most of the year. So AWS was formed to offer that untapped compute, storage and networking expertise and capability to other companies. Definitely the category creator and reigning king in public-cloud infrastructure, AWS has built a vast range of cloud-computing services all across the infrastructure and platform categories. Its early successes, its relentless commitment to ongoing innovation, its long-held practice of regularly lowering prices, and its parent company’s worldwide renown have all combined to make AWS one of the world’s best-known and most-successful cloud-computing companies. It debuted at #1 on the Cloud Wars Top 10, but was pushed out of that top spot a couple of years ago by Microsoft. AWS has been #2 on the Cloud Wars Top 10 for the past two years.