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Data Economy 07/15/2019 12:52
Amazon Web Services remains in prime position to win the planned ten-year $10bn US Department of Defense cloud contract next month, after Oracle lost a claim that the procurement was unfair.
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Computer Business Review 07/15/2019 05:12
Add to favorites AWS: Oracle’s claims a “desperate attempt to distort the facts” AWS and Microsoft are the last two standing in a winner-takes-all fight for a $10 billion (£7.9 billion) cloud computing contract with the United States Department of Defense, after Oracle’s bid to stay in the running was thrown out of court on Friday ...
More from Computer Business Review: 07/13/2019 12:09
A federal judge has ruled against Oracle’s motion to block the Pentagon’s 10-year, $10 billion cloud computing contract, siding with the Defense Department and Amazon Web Services in a contentious eight-month-long legal battle. The Friday decision in the Court of.
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SiliconANGLE 07/12/2019 13:51
Oracle loses legal appeal against $10B Pentagon cloud computing contract.
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GeekWire 07/12/2019 13:50
Either Amazon or Microsoft will come out the victors in the sweepstakes to land the $10 billion JEDI cloud contract from the Department of Defense after a federal judge shot down Oracle’s bid to be re-considered for the lucrative deal.
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Business Insider 07/09/2019 09:30
The project is expected to become one of the biggest public cloud projects ever, which is why it sparked heated competition among the top cloud providers, including Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM and Oracle.
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