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Misleading at best Oracle is completely different from AWS. This quote is wrong such that it's comparing apples to oranges. Ellison is claiming that Amazon is using Oracle's database to run their apps and services, and implying that it's possible to instead use Amazon Web Services. Amazon did (and does as of 2018) use Oracle database systems, as Ellison ...


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Amazon uses both AWS and the Oracle relational database system to run their business. The quote by Larry Ellison is very misleading but not outright false. Amazon uses AWS infrastructure to run their business, This includes machines (presumably managed in house by something like their RDS service) running the Oracle database service. AWS stands for Amazon ...


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It happened due to alleged copyright infringement in July 2009 On Friday, it was “1984” and another Orwell book, “Animal Farm,” that were dropped down the memory hole — by Amazon.com. In a move that angered customers and generated waves of online pique, Amazon remotely deleted some digital editions of the books from the Kindle devices of readers who had ...


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Apparently, they are currently in the process of migrating from Oracle to AWS. According to an interview with "one of the people" published in August 2018 by CNBC: Amazon began moving off Oracle about four or five years ago, said one of the people, who asked not to be named because the project is confidential. Some parts of Amazon's core shopping ...


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I'm not sure how this is a surprising claim at its core. The press has been reporting that Amazon has been doing this for years, e.g. Bloomberg in 2016: Rain Design has been selling an aluminum laptop stand on Amazon.com Inc. for more than a decade. A best-seller in its category, the $43 product has a 5-star rating and 2,460 customer reviews. In July, a ...


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Apparently, this is an image has been created by blogger Christopher Hudspeth on September 24, 2015, as he published on his blog post titled AMAZON REVIEWS OF NFL QUARTERBACKS where he said: So what if fans were able to review their team's quarterback's performance the same way we do with a lamp, a Kindle, a cell phone case, or whatever random items you ...


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