Have we arrived at a public cloud duopoly?

John Leonard
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The two IaaS/PaaS leaders are pulling away from the rest

There are plenty of examples of industries dominated by two key players: Visa and MasterCard, Boeing and Airbus, Coca-Cola and Pepsi, and in technology there's Intel and AMD and iOS and Android. Ot...

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