Larry Ellison discussed the interplay between data gravity and artificial intelligence (AI) during Oracle’s fiscal-Q1 earnings call.
Larry Ellison had an interesting response to a question about the relationship between data gravity and AI during an Oracle earnings call.
Oracle’s cloud infrastructure business is poised to outgrow its cloud applications business by the end of 2024. Artificial intelligence (AI) companies are embracing its platform.
Despite a significant drop in market capitalization, Oracle’s cloud business continues to thrive, with strong customer confidence and robust Q1 cloud revenue growth.
Oracle’s Q1 results show conflicting perspectives, with the company’s leaders optimistic about its future and strong customer demand in its cloud business, while investors are displeased.
Oracle remains fast-growing with an anticipated Q1 cloud revenue growth of at least 29%, even without the boost from its Cerner acquisition.
Oracle is expected to announce strong Q1 earnings results with significant cloud growth, distinguishing itself from other top cloud providers.
Here’s a look into the intense competition between SAP and Salesforce to become the world’s largest applications vendor, highlighting their quarterly, trailing-12-month, and long-term revenue comparisons and the significance of this competition in the evolving cloud market.
Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman notes that business customers have shifted from extreme cost-cutting measures to a more confident outlook, resulting in improved spending on data technologies and cloud-based services.
Workday’s Q2 results reflect the transformative “Eschenbach Effect.” The co-CEO is boosting growth through AI integration, expanded offerings, and accelerated customer commitments.
Intel’s visionary approach to AI spans devices and power levels, promoting an open ecosystem, offering opportunities for diverse product differentiation and innovation.
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.
Business leaders are shifting from cost-cutting cloud optimization to investing in cloud migrations, data applications, and AI deployments. Microsoft is poised to capitalize.
Cloud investments are poised for a rebound as Microsoft’s recent Q4 results, and commentary from company leaders, indicate.
Oracle maintains its position as the world’s hottest major cloud vendor with 54% growth in Q2, followed by Google Cloud at 28% and ServiceNow at 25%.
Despite AWS’s impressive scale and achievements, its rivals are gaining ground in other software-centered segments of the cloud. AWS may face challenges in the Cloud Wars going forward.
Microsoft’s strong fiscal Q4 performance can be attributed to its generative AI portfolio and the defection of some AWS customers to Azure.
Google Cloud and Microsoft’s impressive Q2 growth rates suggest that AWS needs to turn up the heat to keep up in the Cloud Wars.
With its RISE with SAP program as a central force of customer innovation, SAP continues to deliver impressive cloud growth.
Bob Evans discusses the upcoming release of SAP’s Q2 earnings results and cites five metrics that suggest that the results will be powerful.