For the past two years, he has been at the head of a business worth $85 billion annually. Since July 2021, Adam Selipsky has headed AWS (Amazon Web Services), Amazon's cloud division, which accounts for three-quarters of the American giant's profits.
In recent quarters, fears of a slowdown in economic conditions have somewhat dampened growth rates in activity, forcing the company to cut jobs. "In the short term, there is indeed cost optimization on the part of customers. Many of them are tightening their belts and we are working with them to help them optimize their environment. But we don't see a slowdown in the commitments made by companies to migrate the next wave of workflows from their servers to the cloud," Selipsky said in an interview with Le Figaro.
Even if the digitalization of companies has accelerated very strongly since Covid-19, the vast majority of the flows ...
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