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AWS and Azure revenues soar, and why supercomputing could be the next big opportunity in the cloud

insideHPC HPC CloudIt’s earnings day, and we are curious how the GIANTS are growing. Short answer is: very fast: “Amazon Web Services crosses $1B in operating profit as revenue jumps 42 percent to $4.6B” and “Microsoft hits its $20 billion commercial cloud revenue run-rate goal ahead of schedule“, reports GeekWire. The author is also looking into predicting where future revenue will come from, especially in areas that aren’t mentioned every day. Yes, server-less, cloud-native and AI workloads will certainly be money-makers in the coming years. But so will a lot of workloads that previously spent their lives inside banks, national labs and even some three-letter agencies. For example, Microsoft and Cray announced a partnership wherein supercomputer users will be able to host Cray systems inside Azure data centers. Now it looks like those workloads could go to the cloud, as mentioned HERE.

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