In May, Oracle also said in a revised indictment that Amazon had cheated when it competed for the Defense Department's $10 billion cloud computing contract, and at least two former Pentagon employees were hired to help bid.
In response, Judge Brukin dismissed Oracle’s lawsuit today, denying that the US Department of Defense’s actions violated federal procurement laws. Brukin said that Oracle did not meet the bidding criteria, nor could it prove that other errors that may occur during the procurement process would lead to bias.
Some insiders said that the judge's ruling today is a big blow to Oracle, which may make it difficult for Oracle to win the contract of the Ministry of Defense in the future.
The US Department of Defense announced the $10 billion cloud computing project in March last year and is expected to finalize its partners after July 19 this year.
In April of this year, the US Department of Defense announced that Oracle and IBM were excluded from the bid because they did not meet the minimum standards. In this way, only Amazon and Amazon are currently left.MicrosoftBidding for the project.