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Here's Who Made Gartner's 2017 Magic Quadrant For Cloud IaaS

The global public Infrastructure-as-a-Service market continues to grow at a rapid rate, but is still dominated by Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Here's how the market shakes out, according to Gartner's latest Magic Quadrant for IaaS.

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Visionary: Oracle

The software and systems giant is a relatively new entrant to the cloud infrastructure market, but made a strong debut on Gartner's Magic Quadrant as a Visionary.

Oracle didn't launch its first IaaS offering until late 2015, when it introduced Oracle Compute Cloud Service, or its "Gen 1 Cloud". In November 2016, Oracle launched Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services, also known as "Gen 2 Cloud".

The acquisition of Ravello, an overlay on top of third-party clouds to facilitate migrations and interoperability, beefed up those offerings.

Oracle's Gen 2, a combination of bare-metal and virtualized servers, is well-suited for cloud-native applications or batch computing. It's also a pretty good environment on which to run Oracle databases.

 
 
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