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    More: Interesting, United States Department of Defense, cloud-computing contract, Amazon's legal challenge, President Trump, federal judge, Mr. Trump, President of the United States, Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure project  
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2020-02-13 8:47:47 PM  
Pete and Re-pete are in a boat. Who is in a boat?
 
2020-02-13 11:07:42 PM  

gozar_the_destroyer: Pete and Re-pete are in a boat. Who is in a boat?


Re-pete?
 
2020-02-13 11:43:08 PM  

gozar_the_destroyer: Pete and Re-pete are in a boat. Who is in a boat?


T-pain?
 
2020-02-14 7:36:16 AM  
Why put government business on any cloud service? I mean They built a data center the size of a small city just to spy on all of us why not use some of that space or build a dedicated data center/s for their own secure closed cloud?
 
2020-02-14 11:01:38 AM  

hamsack: Why put government business on any cloud service? I mean They built a data center the size of a small city just to spy on all of us why not use some of that space or build a dedicated data center/s for their own secure closed cloud?


Jedi is hybrid. Something Microsoft beats AWS at very well.

But

Bezos is apparently just as ego sensitive as Trump, so it's Trump.
 
2020-02-14 6:04:22 PM  
Every major contract is challenged.  This is no surprise.  I do like the "Let's blame Trump" strategy, it's almost as good as the Chewbacca Defense.
 
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