One slide shows why no one can catch Amazon's cloud
One year ago - By Business Insider
No matter how you measure it, Amazon's cloud is huge and still growing at an unbelievable rate.
Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy said on Wednesday that AWS was on track to do $13 billion in revenue this year and it's still growing at 50% over 2015.
Whereas Amazon was once the bastion of startups who tended to use it until they were big enough to launch their own data centers, an astounding number of enterprises are now choosing to move their apps and data to Amazon and shut down some, or all, of their data centers. Amazon says it now has more than 1 million active customers including...
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