AWS CEO Selipsky departs: 'The future is bright for AWS'; Garman named new CEO

In a blockbuster announcement today, AWS CEO Adam Selipsky says he’s leaving AWS on June 3, and will be replaced by long-time AWS executive Matt Garman.

Mark Haranas
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Matt Garman, CEO, AWS

After three years of leading the world's largest cloud company Amazon Web Services, CEO Adam Selipsky is leaving after spending nearly 15 years at AWS. AWS' Matt Garman, currently senior vice pr...

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