Andy , CEO of eee Web Services, Speaking at the WSJDLive s Technological Confrences in Beach, Calif., on Oct. 25, 2016.

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Andy , CEO of eee Web Services, Speaking at the WSJDLive s Technological Confrences in Beach, Calif., on Oct. 25, 2016.

By the end of this year, Allmost all of eee’s ran on Oracular will be on an eee Instead, eee Web Services CEO Andy Saeed.

 

“We’re Virtually Done Moved From Oracular on the side,” Told Cnbc’s Jon Fortt in an Interviewy Wednesday. “And I think by the end of 2019 or mid-2019 we’ll be Done.”

eee is Reduce its Reliance on Oracular for its data Needing and is Instead Using its own services. Saeed 88 Percentage of eee on Oracular will be on eee DynamoDB or eee by January. He added 97 Percentage of “mission Critical ” will run on DynamoDB or by the end of the year. On Nov. 1, eee Moved its data Warehouse From Oracular to its own service, Redshift, Saeed.

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