Bravo to AWS CEO Adam Selipsky, who in less than one year has engineered a remarkable run of growth and cloud innovation at the company.
When Selipsky took over as CEO on May 17, AWS had fallen far behind Microsoft as the world’s largest cloud provider. Not anymore!
AWS points to the growing adoption of data and cloud services as contributing factors to its Q4 growth rate.
Cloud revenue growth exploded across the Top 10 vendors in Q4, which conveys important truths about the present & future business world.
Amazon’s AWS unit has pulled within striking distance of Google Cloud as the world’s fastest-growing major cloud vendor.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has overtaken Microsoft as the cloud-industry growth leader for the first time in over 3 years.
For the last 3 quarters, the growth rate for AWS jumped, and the company is now in hypergrowth range at 40%. How might Microsoft respond?
On this episode of the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Bob & Pat Fitzgerald talk with Amazon’s Toby Culshaw about talent intelligence & its future.
Microsoft is closing out 2021 with cloud revenue that should reach $22 billion for Q4 and $80 billion for the calendar year.
Bob Evans assesses how Q4’s hottest cloud providers stack up and which competitors are right on their tails.
The Cloud Wars Top 10 vendors saw their combined market cap valuations soar by almost $5 trillion in the 5 years since January 2017.
Three groups of providers are pushing innovation across the cloud database competitive landscape; one has unique advantages going into 2022.
Who will acquire Veeva? The spotlight is on Microsoft and Amazon – the only two companies with the funds and strategic need for life-sciences
A compelling question: with their new deal, is Goldman Sachs getting into the cloud business, or is Amazon jumping into financial services?
IBM has declared that it’s not only willing but eager for partnerships w/ the Big 3 cloud infrastructure vendors: Microsoft, Amazon, Google.
With each provider growing at at least 36% in Q3, Cloud Wars leaders Microsoft, Amazon and Google Cloud all had great cloud revenue results.
According to Amazon CFO Brian Olsavsky, AWS is moving into the market for Industry Clouds with a specific focus on machine learning.
On the Amazon earnings call last week, CFO Brian Olsavsky called out machine learning as the primary catalyst behind the AWS surge.
Competing with Microsoft cloud is not for the faint of heart. Amazon & Google should be paying very close attention to MSFT’s latest numbers.
I’m predicting the following Q3 cloud revenue figures: Microsoft $20.5 billion, Amazon $15.3B, Google $5.2B, and IBM $7.3B.