Oracle seems to believe it can top public cloud market leaders Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google’s Cloud Platform without as many data centres.
Each of these companies both build and sell large arrays of servers, storage and networking to businesses, many of which look to them for help in building data centres.
According to a recent report from Canalys, Amazon Web Services (AWS) alone holds 33.8 percent of the cloud market share for 2016, whilst Microsoft, Google and IBM combined hold 30.8 percent.
Surprisingly, Oracle falls behind by holding just 1.7 percent of that market, but despite this Oracle’s CEO, Mark Hurd believes the company’s minimal data centres are more efficient as they run hardware and supercharged databases.
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