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JEDI Saga Continues as AWS Seeks Contract Details

The protest by Amazon Web Services of a $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract to Microsoft is expected to touch off another round of deployment delays as cloud competitors use ...Full Article

Oracle’s Mark Hurd Dies at 62

Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd, who was at that company for nearly 10 years and who played a lead in Oracle’s move into public cloud computing, has died at age ...Full Article

Amazon Pulls Plug on Oracle Databases

Amazon Web Services declared victory in its latest skirmish with cloud rival and database leader Oracle, announcing this week it has completed the migration of its consumer business to ...Full Article

Multi-Cloud Seen Driving Managed Services

The steady enterprise shift to hybrid and multi-cloud deployments brings with it added layers of complexity as adopters seek to salvage some legacy infrastructure while migrating critical workloads to ...Full Article

Atos, Google Cloud Bring HPC Servers to Oracle Database Workloads

Powered by Atos BullSequana S x86-based HPC servers, Oracle users can soon run database workloads in conjunction with the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The news, announced by Atos in ...Full Article

Microsoft, Oracle Link Their Clouds

Public cloud rivals Microsoft and Oracle are collaborating to allow customers to migrate and run enterprise workloads across each other’s cloud. Market analysts said the partnership illustrates how multi-cloud ...Full Article

AWS, Microsoft are Final JEDI Competitors

Amazon Web Services and Microsoft will compete for a massive Defense Department cloud contract after a Pentagon probe dismissed protesters’ conflict-of-interest allegations. The decision first reported by Bloomberg effectively eliminates ...Full Article

Oracle Lawsuit Clouds DoD’s IT Strategy

Just in time for the holidays, cloud rivals are fighting like cats and dogs over one of the biggest ever federal IT contracts. The battle lines for the Joint ...Full Article

Oracle Takes Gloves Off in JEDI Lawsuit

Large government contract awards invariably draw protests from losing bidders hoping to gum up the works and perhaps gain a piece of the action on appeal. The Defense Department’s ...Full Article

Google Cloud: CEO Greene out, former Oracle Exec Kurian in

A two-decade veteran of Oracle, Thomas Kurian, will replace Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene, an apparent casualty of public cloud services market competition in which AWS remains tenaciously dominant, ...Full Article
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