Major cloud providers today are strikingly similar to hardware manufacturers of 1970s. Each is making a collection of specialised "devices" – managed cloud services. Until recently they competed with each other by introducing new types of devices like specialised databases, serverless functions, container runtimes. But now the main types of devices are firmly established, with the possible exception of tools specific to machine learning. AWS, GCP and Azure today are one step away from becoming under-the-hood commodities – just like vendors of graphic cards, RAM and other standardised PC compoenents.