The Cloud Wars Top 10 are in the thick of quarterly financial reports. The numbers and outlook are making it clear: some investment caution is dissipating.
An update on the Cloud Confidence Index, with Amazon, Google, and SAP leading the index higher.
AWS fell to #3 on the Cloud Wars Top 10, as supply chain innovations and corporate strength are not enough to facilitate growth to combat cloud competitors.
The Cloud Confidence Index uses market caps of top 10 cloud companies as a proxy for business leaders’ confidence in their growth, reflecting customer demand and technology trends. The index is up slightly.
AWS unveils a game-changing Cyber Insurance Program to address common challenges in the cyber insurance market, offering quick quotes, multiple insurer options, and use of AWS services for streamlined assessments.
Approaching the release of the Q2 financial results of Amazon, AWS’ growth rate decline stands out relative to Cloud Wars Top 10 adversaries.
AI Index Report episode 3: IBM releases watsonx.ai platform for enterprises; Databricks acquires MosaicML for $1.3 billion; and Amazon announces Amazon CodeWhisperer copilot.
J.P. Morgan’s Payments Partner Network and Six Flags’ new payment technology implementations demonstrate the power of ecosystem partnerships for innovation and value creation.
Market-leading growth rate, compared with the decline in AWS’ growth, raises the specter of Oracle overtaking Amazon in the Cloud Wars Top 10.
Bob revisits the Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings as the latest growth rates of Oracle might move it up the ranks past Amazon’s AWS.
In the Acceleration Economy Cloud Wars Top 10 course, discover how companies, including Celonis, achieve Cloud Wars Horizon designation.
Get a preview of our Cloud Wars Top 10 course on how buying committees and C-level executives can use the cloud ranking to support purchase decisions.
Get a preview of our Cloud Wars Top 10 course, which helps buying committees and C-level execs support purchase decisions by understanding each company’s innovations and differentiators.
Couchbase responds to customers’ pain points with new developer, deployment, and data modernization features in its Capella cloud database service.
AWS Supply Chain software leverages AI, ML, and Amazon’s experience to provide demand planning recommendations optimized for multi-site businesses.
Google Cloud has moved up the ranks, passing Amazon’s AWS in the Cloud Wars Top 10, as Bob reviews the companies’ growth rates.
In the new Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings, Google Cloud passes AWS, taking the #2 spot as its higher growth rates and Generative AI focus provide a major boost.
In this Data at Scale excerpt, Tony Uphoff explains why he’s impressed with the way that Teradata positions its VantageCloud Lake on AWS product.
During the Data at Scale digital event, Chris Grusz of AWS explains how the company’s ISV Workload Migration Program enables customers to migrate to the cloud.
In this excerpt from the Data at Scale digital event, AWS General Manager, WW ISV Alliances & Marketplace, Chris Grusz, describes AWS’s approach to its customers and partners network.