“Not in the Same Class”: Pentagon Mauls Oracle as $10b Cloud Bid Thrown Out


AWS and Microsoft are the last two standing in a winner-takes-all fight for a $10 billion (£7.9 billion) cloud computing contract with the United States Department of Defense, after Oracle’s bid to stay in the running was thrown out of court on Friday.

The winner will provide department-wide cloud services that will underpin new AI-powered war-fighting capabilities, via a common cloud environment. A decision on the mammoth cloud contract is now expected within weeks.

The two finalists for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract were announced in April, but Oracle had launched a legal appeal

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