Interesting speculation by The Register:
AWS already has the AWS Data Pipeline, which helps administrators
schedule and shuttle data among various services, AWS Redshift for
data warehousing which lets people store large quantities of data in
the cloud and run queries on it, its NoSQL SSD-backed DynamoDB, and
its Relational Database Service (RDS). So where does MADS fit?
The Reg’s take is that MADS will allow Amazon to build services that
can net together the above components and help automate the passing
of data among them. It may also become a standalone product in its
own right, based on its similarities to the TransLattice and Google
I almost never bet, but I’d say this could be Amazon’s Spanner.
Original title and link: Amazon Preparing ‘Disruptive’ Big Data AWS Service? ( ©myNoSQL)