Insights into leveraging accessible generative AI tools and the impending impact of enhanced audio assistants, media processing, and wearable technology on business innovation.
Many signs points to the likelihood of Microsoft and Oracle extending their flourishing partnership to the use of Oracle’s Cloud for AI inferencing.
Q3 results show Microsoft, Google Cloud, and AWS have unique responses to evolving market dynamics, along with insight into the potential disruptor, Oracle.
A look at AWS’s Q3 2023 revenue growth, highlighting its 12% rate and raising questions about its ability to adapt to changing customer needs.
ServiceNow’s Q3 subscription revenue jumped 27% to $2.22 billion, catapulting the company to the #2 spot on the Cloud Wars list of the world’s fastest-growing cloud vendors, thanks to powerful demand for its GenAI technology.
Google Cloud’s Q3 growth rate dropped to 22%, with CEO Sundar Pichai attributing it to customers optimizing spending.
The challenges posed by the growing use of generative AI, including cost increases and sustainability concerns for data centers.
Microsoft maintains strong growth, AWS faces challenges, and Oracle surprises with remarkable growth.
Projections for the Q3 financial results of major cloud companies, including Microsoft, Google Cloud, and AWS, focusing on their growth rates and the potential shift of AWS into software services.
The future of healthcare takes shape as Microsoft and Paige team up on an enormous AI-powered cancer identification model.
Oracle’s Larry Ellison announces plans to create a true multi-cloud future, interconnecting with major cloud providers like Salesforce to meet customer demand for seamless cloud integration and freedom of choice.
Oracle and Microsoft are embarking on a transformative cloud partnership with potential to reshape the tech industry’s approach to collaboration for improved customer outcomes.
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.
Oracle is undergoing a paradigm shift as its cloud infrastructure business is rapidly growing and expected to surpass its software-as-a-service (SaaS) business in the near future.
TD Bank and SAP executives discuss the challenges and benefits of digital transformation in the banking industry, emphasizing the importance of cloud adoption, data security, and regulatory considerations.
As new challenges arise, API providers need to understand the importance of cloud hosting choices and rising expectations for reliability.
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.
Microsoft’s cloud business is projected to generate as much revenue in 2023 as both AWS and Google Cloud combined, highlighting its dominance in addressing customer needs and pioneering in technology.
Microsoft’s cloud success vs. AWS and Google Cloud is driven by its end-to-end portfolio, strategic partnerships, AI initiatives, and impressive scale.
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.