Predicting disruption: What Amadeus' move to Azure could mean for travellers

John Leonard
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Predicting disruption: What Amadeus' move to Azure could mean for travellers
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Predicting disruption: What Amadeus' move to Azure could mean for travellers

The travel software giant is vacating its data centres to make the most of AI and Microsoft's business footprint

Travel software giant Amadeus operates what was once one of the world's largest private clouds, handling data from one third of all trips made worldwide, in its prime processing more transactions per second...

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