Israel has signed AWS and Google to provide cloud computing services for the country’s public sector and armed forces. The tech giants won the tenders for the four-phased project worth over a $1 bn named “Nimbus” by beating Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM. The migration to the cloud will begin in two months. The system will not be centralized, and not all the data will not be on the cloud. Google and Amazon, under the deal, will make purchases in Israel to 20% of the value of the contract.