Stream the latest episode of the Cloud Wars Live podcast, to hear Wayne Sadin’s advice for how businesses should prep for COVID-19 work-from-home periods.
In the wake of Oracle’s better-than-expected Q3 results, it can be illuminating to see the world—at least temporarily—through the eyes of Larry Ellison.
IT director Steve Schechter shares 4 steps he took to cut cloud-hosting costs for a client by nearly a third & how companies can keep costs down long-term.
As Ellison fuses his red-hot self-driving database with his tiny cloud-infrastructure business, Oracle Autonomous Database surges to 150% revenue growth.
Stream a new Cloud Wars Live podcast episode, with AI expert Ben Rewis. We explore the AI dilemma: the need for regulation alongside innovation.
This article is brought to you by Nutanix. Cloudmania has not killed off on-premises tech, and a new study from Nutanix and IDC helps explain why.
It’s now mid-March, when Oracle founder Larry Ellison promised to disclose details about the big German ERP customer that Oracle’s going to steal from SAP.
Its fast-growing Financials biz and enhanced product lineup have made Workday a very serious competitor vs. traditional heavyweights Oracle and SAP.
With its enterprise-focused Experience Cloud having grown 31% to $3.21B in FY2019, Adobe is joining the Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings.
Every time I start to get the impression that Microsoft is trying to do too many things too quickly, I take a look at comments from CFO Amy Hood.
My take on how Google Cloud snatched AWS client Major League Baseball (MLB) on the strength of multiple technologies plus YouTube and Ad Manager.
Stream the first episode of “Araujo on Transformation,” a new podcast series from Cloud Wars Live with author and speaker Charles Araujo.
Stream the latest episode of the Cloud Wars Live podcast, where Sean Ammirati and I discuss the many reasons why Amazon should spin out AWS.
During the recent Workday Q4 earnings call, while citing his company’s excellent results, CEO Aneel Bhusri called out both SAP and Oracle failures.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff: “With our recent acquisition of Tableau, we’re turning Customer 360 data into actionable insights… available to every user.”
The scary thing about Salesforce and its record-busting fiscal Q4 is that its growth rate is accelerating as it nears a $20 billion annualized run rate.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff announced his company’s record Q4 and fiscal-2020 earnings results, along with the departure of former co-CEO Keith Block.
As Workday prepares to release quarterly and 12-month financial results later today, let’s consider its tagline: “Built for the Future.”
Stream a new Cloud Wars Live podcast with Peter Steube of ETR, to hear what the survey firm is seeing around increased spending on Google Cloud.
Stream the latest Cloud Wars Live podast: Tony Uphoff explains how the response to coronavirus in Wuhan illuminates changes in modern manufacturing.
Continuing its rapid ascent under CEO Thomas Kurian, Google Cloud as jumped two spots to #4 on the Cloud Wars Top 10. Here are the 3 main reasons.
The Microsoft Teams marketing blitz matters, because Teams and Office 365 Commercial have become high-volume on-ramps for Azure and other cloud services.
Emphasizing the “differentiated” offerings from Google Cloud, CEO Thomas Kurian said last week that his #1 priority is to create a new AI-powered solutions.
Stream the Cloud Wars Live podcast. Christopher Lochhead apes John Doerr’s famous statement about the internet in the 90s to say: the cloud is underhyped.
Stream the latest Cloud Wars Live podcast. Wayne Sadin and I discuss the promise of shadow IT, or collaborative IT: creating a single source of truth.
Revenue is just one of many factors we use in our weekly ranking of the world’s top cloud vendors, but the raw dollar data reveals some interesting points.
At a recent Goldman Sachs investors conference, Thomas Kurian was asked during for this thoughts on the AWS Super Bowl ads.