‘Cloud Wars In 2014: Amazon Versus Google And Other Follies’ – ‘ReadWrite’
The latest post on ‘ReadWrite’ is titled “Cloud Wars In 2014: Amazon Versus Google And Other Follies”.
Sharon Wagner says, “When we look at the future of cloud, we have to consider the current business trajectory. It’s clear to me that the three most consumed cloud resources are compute, database and storage—they account for about 80% of the average business customer’s monthly cloud bill.
Given the fact that these three components are the basic foundations for any cloud application, it should come as no surprise that most cloud vendors expect to continue to invest in these domains in 2014.
Here’s how the major players are poised to perform next year: Amazon Web Services (AWS) reports that the fastest-growing service in 2013 is its DynamoDB database service“.
Cloud Wars In 2014: Amazon Versus Google And Other Follies
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