Is Your Data Lake A Swamp? Or a Well-Managed Reservoir?

Posted on: June 10th, 2015 by Guest Blogger No Comments

 

Introducing Teradata Loom®:  Rapidly improve user productivity in Hadoop through advanced data governance solutions – plus a portfolio of additional integrated Teradata solutions for Hadoop. By Michael Lang   The big topic of the day in the data industry is the promised big benefits – almost magical insights – from big data. But what happens when         Read More…

Teradata’s Secure Path to the Cloud

Posted on: June 9th, 2015 by Daniel Abadi No Comments

 

Database users are increasingly becoming more comfortable with storing their databases in public or private clouds. For example, Amazon RDS (relational database service) is used by approximately half of all customers of Amazon’s AWS cloud. A key feature of cloud computing is multi-tenancy. It allows many different users, potentially from different organizations, to share the         Read More…

Bringing Open-Source Presto to the Enterprise

Posted on: June 8th, 2015 by Guest Blogger No Comments

 

Teradata is making Presto enterprise-ready so global powerhouses can be as innovative as elite big data practitioners including organizations like Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, Dropbox and Groupon. By Justin Borgman  Today, I’m proud to announce that Teradata has joined the open source community for Presto, the open-source distributed SQL query engine used by big data innovators         Read More…

 

by Mark Cusack, Chief Architect, Teradata RainStor The RainStor team at Teradata is very excited to announce the release of RainStor ®7.  This software release is the first since RainStor became a member of the Teradata family last December.  The primary objective of my first blog post for Teradata is to describe the new features         Read More…

Your Big Data Initiative may not Require Logical Modeling

Posted on: May 12th, 2015 by Guest Blogger No Comments

 

By: Don Tonner Logical Modeling may not be required on your next big data initiative.  From experience, I know when building things from scratch that a model reduces development costs, improves quality, and gets me to market quicker.  So why would I say you may not require logical modeling? Most data modelers are employed in         Read More…

 

In advance of the upcoming webinar Achieving Pervasive Analytics through Data & Analytic Centricity, Dan Woods, CTO and editor of CITO Research, sat down with Clarke Patterson, senior director, Product Marketing, Cloudera, and Chris Twogood, vice president of Poduct and Services Marketing, Teradata, to discuss some of the ideas and concepts that will be shared in more         Read More…

Cloud Security: Baby or Bathwater?

Posted on: May 5th, 2015 by Marc Clark 1 Comment

 

by Marc Clark, director, Cloud Strategy and Deployment, Teradata Cloud Solutions Surveys still show that concern about cloud security is the number one reason given by more than 60% of the companies that have not moved to the cloud. And with all the high profile data breaches in just the past 12 months, who could blame them?         Read More…

Making SAP data relevant in the world of big data

Posted on: May 4th, 2015 by Patrick Teunissen No Comments

 

Part one of series about an old “SAP”dog who learns a new trick Reflecting back on the key messages from Teradata Universe 2015 in April it was impossible to escape the theme of deriving differentiated business value leveraging the latest data sources and analytic techniques. I heard from several customers how they improved their business by         Read More…

Agile Data Warehousing Meets Agile Technology

Posted on: April 20th, 2015 by Guest Blogger No Comments

 

By Youko Watari, Technical Marketing Manager Agile development and its 12 principles[1] have been adopted everywhere, and data warehousing is not an exception. The Agile data warehousing publications out there mostly focus on how to adopt Agile tools and techniques such as the backlog, user stories, and iterations into the data warehouse development process, or how         Read More…

 

Zoomed in view of Data Analytics Graph (Healthcare Example) <—- Click on image to view GRAPH ANIMATION In the first part of this two part blog series, I discussed the competitive importance of cross-functional analytics [1]. I also proposed that by treating Data and Analytics as a network of interconnected nodes in Gephi [2], we         Read More…