Amazon Blasts Microsoft for “Spotty Performance” as JEDI Row Continues

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“Self-righteous and pontificating site posts” all round…

Amazon has strike out at rival Microsoft in a fresh row more than the controversial JEDI cloud contract — slating it for “spotty operational performance” and “self-righteous and pontificating” site posts, subsequent Microsoft’ $10 billion JEDI contract earn, which will see it provide cloud solutions to the Pentagon.

The comments, built Friday by Amazon’s VP of communications Drew Herdener in a site put up shared on the company’s official web page, arrived soon after Amazon submitted a fresh attractiveness against the conclusion to award the Joint Company Defence Infrastructure (JEDI) to Microsoft Amazon promises that “political interference blatantly impacted the award decision”.

It is inquiring an “unresponsive” Section of Protection for clarity on how storage was outlined in the proposal, expressing its preliminary award to Microsoft was “fatally flawed on all six of the complex evaluation variables.”

It cites President

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