Compare Amazon MCS vs. Google Cloud Bigtable

Amazon MCS is ranked 7th in Managed NoSQL Databases while Google Cloud Bigtable is ranked 3rd in Managed NoSQL Databases. Amazon MCS is rated 0, while Google Cloud Bigtable is rated 0. On the other hand, Amazon MCS is most compared with Amazon DynamoDB, whereas Google Cloud Bigtable is most compared with Amazon DynamoDB and Microsoft Azure DocumentDB.
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Amazon Managed Apache Cassandra Service
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With Amazon MCS, you can run your Cassandra workloads on AWS using the same Cassandra application code and developer tools that you use today. Amazon MCS implements the Apache Cassandra version 3.11 CQL API, allowing you to use the code and drivers that you already have in your applications. Updating your application is as easy as changing the endpoint to the one in the Amazon MCS service table.

Amazon MCS provides consistent single-digit-millisecond read and write performance at any scale, so you can build applications with low latency to provide a smooth user experience. You have visibility into how your application is performing using Amazon CloudWatch.

Cloud Bigtable is Google's NoSQL Big Data database service. It's the same database that powers many core Google services, including Search, Analytics, Maps, and Gmail.

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