Could machine learning help Google’s cloud catch up to AWS and Azure?

Evernote says the company’s top level ML services were a major draw when moving to the cloud Inside a Google data center in Douglas County, Georgia. Credit: Google/Connie Zhou Google has been offering public cloud services for several years now, but the company has continued to lag behind Amazon and Microsoft in customer growth.  Under the leadership of VMware co-founder Diane Greene, who serves as the executive vice president of Google Cloud Enterprise, the tech titan has focused harder on forging partnerships and developing products to appeal to large customers. It has added a number of key customers under Greene’s tenure, including Spotify.   One such win is Evernote, which announced Tuesday it would be migrating its service away from its private data centers and to Google’s public cloud. When Evernote…


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