Amazon Web Services CEO: Lowering Public Cloud Costs for Customers | Mad Money | CNBC

Amazon is known best for its e-commerce business, but the cloud services segment is a key component for the company. Catch Jim Cramer’s interview with Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy.
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Amazon Web Services CEO: Lowering Public Cloud Costs for Customers | Mad Money | CNBC


Richard Bauch says:

Their logistics business compared to the competition is like modern age vs Stone Age.

David Jacobson says:

No doubt Amazon has established a strong initial position in a business with a very large growth potential. But, what happened to the first company to lead in the production of electricity, automobiles, telephones, or web servers? Several companies already have very large experience running big data centers for their own business. Providing basic computing services over the web is intrinsically a commodity business. Regardless of the size of the lead that Amazon manages to establish, eventually it is going to face major competition from more companies than make automobiles. Running a web computing service is much less difficult than manufacturing automobiles. The web computing industry will move in a direction of standardized interfaces that allow arbitrary mixing and matching of management of an installation, a selection of computer hardware, linux based operating system, and a variety of interoperable software components from different vendors for managing and analyzing data. There is a large question mark about what Amazon’s position will be in this business when it fully matures.

drunkensessions says:

Wow what happened to this guy, is cancer eating him alive?!?

Tan Nguyen says:

great interview

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