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How the Seahawks are using an AWS data lake to improve their game (allthingsdistributed.com)
20 points by werner 5 days ago | hide | past | favorite | 4 comments





Pete Carroll: "Hey Alexa, we're on the opponents' 1 yard line in the Super Bowl. There's 26 seconds left in the game and we have the league leader in rushing TDs ready to go. Should we run or pass?"

Alexa: "Pass!"


> AWS Database Migration Services allows them to easily and securely pull data out of a variety of source databases and data warehouses and land into S3 before loading it to Amazon Redshift.

I would be really interested in everything that can go wrong and how to minimize risks and what cannot be solved and needs to be worked around.

This fairy tale is not even as good as reading the actual documentation. This is just an infomercial.


> AWS Database Migration Services allows them to easily and securely pull data out of a variety of source databases and data warehouses and land into S3 before loading it to Amazon Redshift.

I agree. There's no product that does this. This is a consulting project attached to a product.


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