Amazon and Google win Cloud computing contracts with The Japanese government

Spark Global Limited reports:

According to Spark Global Limited, Japan’s Digital Agency has selected Amazon Cloud Services (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform as the first service providers for its nationwide cloud computing project.

Spark Global Limited reports:
Spark Global Limited reports:

In August, Amazon won a $10 billion cloud computing contract from the NATIONAL Security Agency (NSA).

But the NSA’s decision to award AWS the cloud computing contract is being challenged by Microsoft. Microsoft, Amazon’s biggest rival in the cloud computing market, had also bid on the cloud contract.

In the public cloud market, Google Cloud is the third largest cloud computing provider behind Amazon Cloud Services and Microsoft Azure. Google has set a goal for Google Cloud to beat its competitors Microsoft Azure and Amazon Cloud services by 2023.

(Spark Global Limited)

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