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Oracle founder Larry Ellison says its 'embarrassing' for Amazon that it relies so heavily on Oracle's technology

3 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Oracle founder Larry Ellison said "it's kind of embarrassing" for Amazon that it uses Oracle's databases to power its own business - especially considering Amazon offers its own databases that compete with Oracle's.
Ellison was responding to a report from last week that Amazon intends to get off of Oracle's products completely by 2020.
While Amazon is a customer of Oracle's, they are also bitter competitors, thanks to the success of Amazon Web Services.
Oracle founder and chief technology officer Larry Ellison went on stage Tuesday to announce a new database feature. But it wasn't long...
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