LAS VEGAS– There’s something about executives in the cloud computing service that makes them not able to withstand slamming each other.

And within his very first 10 minutes on phase at the Amazon Web Solutions conference on Wednesday, AWS CEO Andy Jassy was currently at it.

His target: Oracle Executive Chairman Larry Ellison, whose face was visualized on a huge screen, peering haplessly over the edge of pie chart’s small red sliver and appearing like an animation bad guy in some old slapstick film.

Some individuals in the cloud service do not appear on the chart, Jassy stated, referencing Ellison– they just “appear.”

Amazon Web Solutions has 51.8% of the marketplace share, Jassy stated. In contrast, Microsoft has 13.3%, Alibaba has 4.6%, and Google has 3.3%.

“These old guard databases like Oracle and SQL servers are costly and not consumer serving,” Jassy stated later on in his talk. “Individuals are ill of it, and now they have option.”

Formerly, Ellison had actually tried Amazon throughout Oracle’s conference, stating Amazon’s database resembled a semi-autonomous automobile, stating “You get in, you begin driving, you pass away” Oracle decreased to talk about the keynote.

On that note, Jassy likewise revealed that AWS is releasing an self-governing racecar

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Jassy likewise invested a long time stressing that Amazon is method ahead of Microsoft This year, AWS saw 46% development. In contrast, Microsoft Azure, or “the next closest service provider,” as Jassy kept calling it, saw a profits development of 76%, however it does not particularly break out its profits for cloud.

“Due to the fact that it’s so costly to spend for these services in the cloud, it does not take wish for home builders to understand the distinction and depth in these platforms,” Jassy stated.