The Cloud Confidence Index hits a record $7.2 trillion, reflecting heightened interest in AI-driven innovation, with Sam Altman’s brief move to Microsoft adding intrigue and cementing Microsoft’s dominance in the cloud market.
In the latest Cloud Wars Minute, Oracle leads the hottest growth companies with a 30% growth rate, hitting $4.6 billion in cloud revenue.
Oracle’s top executives commit to not raising prices for GenAI features in contrast to their competitors.
AI capabilities, generative AI customer count, and operating profits are just three of the reasons that Google Cloud replaced AWS on the Cloud Wars Top 10 list.
Google Cloud’s latest quarterly results and strong growth validate its elevation to #2 on the Cloud Wars Top 10, while they also highlight its strength in supporting AI customers.
Although it’s not as big as other Cloud Wars Top 10 companies, the growth rate of Oracle has been accelerating at a higher rate than that of competitors.
Bob Evans previews the Q2 earnings results of SAP under CEO Christian Klein, as we approach its July 20 release date.
Market-leading growth rate, compared with the decline in AWS’ growth, raises the specter of Oracle overtaking Amazon in the Cloud Wars Top 10.
Bob revisits the Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings as the latest growth rates of Oracle might move it up the ranks past Amazon’s AWS.
Get a preview of our Cloud Wars Top 10 course, which helps buying committees and C-level execs support purchase decisions by understanding each company’s innovations and differentiators.
Get a preview of the Cloud Wars Top 10 Course from Acceleration Economy, featuring the ranking criteria that determines the top cloud providers.
Bob Evans breaks down the latest changes to the Cloud Wars Top 10 ranking, in which ServiceNow, Workday, and Google Cloud moved up.
In the latest Cloud Wars Top 10 ranking, ServiceNow and Workday have moved up, while Salesforce has dropped.
Staying on track as the world’s hottest cloud provider, Oracle crushed Q4 with a 54% growth rate and quarterly cloud revenue of $4.4 billion.
With a 54% cloud growth rate in its most recent quarter and quarterly cloud revenue of $4.4 billion, Oracle remains the fastest growing cloud provider.
Google Cloud has moved up the ranks, passing Amazon’s AWS in the Cloud Wars Top 10, as Bob reviews the companies’ growth rates.
In the new Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings, Google Cloud passes AWS, taking the #2 spot as its higher growth rates and Generative AI focus provide a major boost.
Oracle continues to be the world’s fastest-growing major cloud provider by a wide margin as its 45% cloud-growth rate put it well ahead of its two closest competitors.
IBM Consulting is helping customers leverage massive inflection points around AI with four primary use cases. SVP John Granger spoke with Bob Evans to explain how.
Bob Evans reviews the Cloud Confidence Index from the period of February 20 through March 24, with Google Cloud and Microsoft as leaders.