Google rivaling Amazon in cloud by teaming with open-source vendors instead of competing with them

Google rivaling Amazon in cloud by teaming with open-source vendors instead of competing with them


On Tuesday April 9, 2019, CNBC wrote:
Google will give cloud customers an easier way to use open-source tools from companies like Elastic and MongoDB.

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