Tag Archives: cloud

It’s Not Hybrid Unless It All Works Together

November 22, 2016

Despite the vast quantity of talk and enthusiasm for all things cloud, few CIOs and IT architects see the future of their analytics infrastructure as an either/or decision. A more apt description for their designs is hybrid, a word that most commonly means a computing environment that is partially either on-premises or in a private… Read More »

Fresh New Features for Teradata in the Cloud

September 20, 2016

By Brian Wood, Director of Cloud Marketing The Teradata Everywhere and other Teradata PARTNERS Conference-related press announcements include a number of cloud-specific highlights for Teradata in the Cloud. This post summarizes the key takeaways. First, a reminder for context: Teradata Hybrid Cloud is a customer environment using a mix of on-premises, private cloud, managed cloud,… Read More »

Borderless Analytics Use Cases – Cloud Data Labs, Cloud Bursting, Cloud Disaster Recovery

September 12, 2016

By Rob Armstrong In my last blog, I looked at how the experience of Teradata integrating data and analytics across the enterprise has evolved from the Centralized Data Warehouse to the world of Borderless Analytics. In this blog I wanted to delve a bit deeper into a few of the borderless analytics use cases that… Read More »

How Can You Supplement Your Data Strategy?

April 28, 2016

When it comes to implementing business solutions in the cloud, most companies seem to have an “either-or” policy: they seem to think it either makes sense for them or not. But one thing many IT decision-makers tend to overlook is that cloud capabilities are not actually “all-in” or “nothing at all”. Increasingly, cloud and cloud-like… Read More »

The Cloud Is the Answer (Apparently)

August 20, 2015

The cloud is the answer. Now, what was the question? Depending on your point of view, this comment either makes you pump your fist in enthusiastic agreement – or shake your head in strong defiance. Folks tend to be either hardcore cloud “fans” or vehement cloud “detractors,” and often there is not much middle ground… Read More »