Oracle makes it easier to analyze database by conversing with Autonomous Database and OCI using natural language and leveraging chat history.
Snowflake, Workday, and Salesforce experience the greatest market cap percentage gains among the Cloud Wars Top 10. The index reflects customer confidence in these firms.
The Cloud Wars Cloud and AI Confidence Index reaches an all-time high, led by Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, which all gained well over $1 trillion in market cap.
When working with customers that are moving to the cloud, Oracle recognized the importance of embracing a customer success mindset to meet their specific business needs.
In order to prepare companies for the future of technology-driven business, it’s incumbent upon CIOs to identify and actively address the most critical tech skills gaps.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy’s remarks on cloud providers raise questions about whether the company is evolving in line with customer requirements.
Google boosts investments, allocating $11 billion in Q4 2023 and eyeing $50 billion in 2024 for technical infrastructure, fueled by the GenAI Revolution and Gemini AI models.
Google Cloud’s making a significant investment of $50 billion in technical infrastructure for the year 2024 to power its AI products and services.
Oracle makes GenAI broadly available throughout its stack as part of a new OCI service, unlocking a range of enterprise use cases.
Google Cloud claims the #1 spot in the Cloud Wars growth chart with a 25.7% growth rate and $9.2 billion in revenue, amid shifting industry dynamics.
Google Cloud has a narrow lead on the Cloud Wars growth chart; Microsoft’s growth is remarkable; and the GenAI Revolution continues to impact the top cloud vendors.
CEO Thomas Kurian’s customer-centric approach, which he details in a one-on-one interview, has led to significant growth for Google Cloud, with Q4 revenue reaching $9.2 billion and a 25.7% growth rate.
A reflection on Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s tenure, which has seen the remarkable transformation from a ‘Cloud-First’ vision to Microsoft’s dominance in the cloud.
Under Satya Nadella’s leadership, Microsoft has successfully adopted a cloud-first approach and achieved remarkable growth in cloud revenue, market cap, partnerships, and much more.
AWS, once the undisputed leader, is struggling to keep pace with the rapid growth and customer-focused innovations of Microsoft, Google, and Oracle in the cloud market.
The cloud hyperscalers are splitting into two distinct groups: sprinters (Microsoft, Google Cloud, and Oracle) and plodders (AWS).
Oracle’s Alloy program, introduced in late 2022, reflects a departure from the traditional Oracle approach, aiming to combine its technology with customer industry expertise, geographic knowledge, and regulatory considerations,
Overview of business intelligence and reporting tools to watch delivers an explanation of key features such as AI-enhanced analytics, data visualization, and cloud functionality.
CEO Safra Catz emphasizes how it’s time “to bring healthcare to the 21st century,” highlighting Oracle’s efforts to bring modern tech to the industry.
CEO Safra Catz describes how Oracle continues to provide for customers and the mindset it developed after the pandemic.