It’s no secret that Larry Ellison, in his quest for continued database domination, has had a mercurial demeanor when dealing with the rapidly changing competitive dynamics. And he’s no fan of how quickly AWS and Google have established significant market share in the public cloud space. Pestering thoughts have led to his erratic behavior in how to best manage through the ecosystem where increasing pressure is being felt by all those inept at the cloud chess match...
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