In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob previews his chat with IBM Consulting SVP John Granger on the company’s approach to hybrid cloud partnerships.
In their respective quarterly earnings calls last week, both companies clearly emphasized the growing tendency among customers to make larger and more enduring commitments to the cloud.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob reviews the two companies’ recent Q2 earnings calls, which demonstrate how cloud infrastructure is becoming the preferred IT architecture.
Bob breaks down the Q2 revenue totals and growth rates of the hottest cloud vendors in the Cloud Wars Top 10.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob reviews the top four cloud vendors by growth rate in Q2 and discusses Oracle’s upcoming Q2 predictions.
Here’s why Microsoft has launched a market share war with its cloud competitors: Q2 results show that AWS and Google Cloud are growing faster.
In this episode, Bob details the growing competition between Microsoft and AWS for market share and what the former company aims to do about it.
Wayne Sadin looks at three recent Microsoft news stories that sum up the company’s aggressive and innovative moves to compete with its cloud competitors
Bob shares his estimated Q2 growth projections for six of the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies, whose results will be released in the coming days and weeks.
The Cockroach Labs 2022 Cloud Report looked at criteria such as price, processor performance, storage costs, and more.
Bob shares his projections for the cloud revenue of leading providers on the Cloud Wars Top 10 for the quarter ending June 30.
In the latest Cloud Wars Minute, Bob projects the incoming Q2 earnings calls for AWS, Microsoft, and Google Cloud to total $52B.
Oracle versus Amazon is the conclusion we can draw from CEO Safra Catz’s plan on running Cerner disclosed on last week’s earnings call.
The cloud provider’s quarterly numbers are sure to draw extra scrutiny as a portender of things to come for the entire enterprise-cloud business.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob looks at earnings figures from the Cloud Wars Top 10, particularly Snowflake’s revenue growth, as indicators for the digital future.
Google Cloud came out swinging at Amazon with the release of its new database service which it claims is two times faster AWS
CloudThread is a startup taking on a major problem in a huge market: controlling costs in the AWS cloud.
Google Cloud harnesses the speed and power of software with its new database that’s twice as fast as its comparable AWS database.
The realities of the 21st-century are creating a continuum for creating and enhancing the human experience.
As the first reporting period of 2022 comes to a close, Bob reports the hottest cloud companies and their growth rates.