Amazon Rivals Have Big Clouds to Fill – Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Some things, even huge piles of money can’t buy.

One of those things might be the ability to unseat Inc.’s AWS as the king of the cloud computing market. Not that others haven’t made a game effort. The two largest challengers—Microsoft Corp. and Google parent Alphabet Inc.—have dropped about $52 billion combined in capital expenditures over the past three years, much of which goes toward their massive networks of data…


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