Amazon, Google blasts Microsoft: cloud computing monopolizes, hinders customer flow
Monday local time,MicrosoftAnnouncing a series of adjustments, including software licensing policies, the new policy will take effect on October 1. Microsoft claims that the new policy will help players in the cloud computing market better compete.
However, four companies, Amazon, Google, Alibaba and Microsoft, were excluded from the software licensing policy changes announced by Microsoft.
Just recently, some cloud computing service providers in the European market filed a complaint with the European Commission, alleging some unfair practices by Microsoft. Subsequently, the European Commission launched a preliminary investigation, asking some cloud computing companies about Microsoft’s detailed practices and the impact on rival platforms.
In the global cloud computing market, Amazon is far ahead, followed by Microsoft and Google. However, as a leader, Amazon is ruthless when it bombards Microsoft.
In an email to the press, a spokeswoman for Amazon’s cloud computing unit said that Microsoft’s previous conduct to harm competitors was intensifying, and that Microsoft was implementing new unfair restrictions to avoid the competition it faces in the market. . Microsoft has not listened to its customers and provided fair software licensing to all customers in the cloud computing space.
Google’s vice president of government and policy, Marcus Jadotte, also criticized Microsoft. Gadot said in a post on the Twitter website that the cloud computing industry’s commitment to customers is to provide flexible and elastic computing services. Customers do not need to worry about traditional contract lock-in. Cloud computing customers should be able to freely migrate between different platforms and choose the most flexible computing services. fit their technology and platform, rather than being forced to choose the platform that best serves Microsoft’s interests.