AWS turning off Oracle to support own Redshift
Max Wang, Las Vegas; Willis Ke, DIGITIMES

Amazon Web Services (AWS) plans to have some 90% of its Oracle databases moved to its own data warehouse Redshift by the end of 2018 after having removed Amazon's consumer business from Oracle on November 1, according to Werner Vogels, AWS chief technology...

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