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Teradata Data Lab (15.10) Overview

This course provides an overview of the Data Lab product concepts and value proposition and how it applies to DBAs, Power Users, and the business community.

Aster Client Tools for Solaris

This package contains the Aster client tools for Solaris.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Aster Client Tools for Linux

This package contains the Aster client tools for Linux.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Aster Client Tools for AIX

This package contains the Aster client tools for AIX.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Aster Client Tools

This package contains the Aster client tools.

Aster Client Tools for MacOS

This package contains the Aster client tools for MacOS.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Aster Client Tools for Windows

This package contains the Aster client tools for Windows.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Teradata Wallet for Windows

Teradata Wallet provides secure storage for private information, such as Teradata Database passwords, on client computers. The stored information can then be used when logging on to the Teradata Database. This download package is for the Windows platform.

Global Weights in SLES 11 Priority Scheduler

Think about the priority part of workload management for a minute.

The settings that the administrator makes when defining priorities for different workloads are on the surface--things like workload allocation percentages and access level assignments.  They are easy to see.  Below the surface are “global weights”, which starting in Teradata Database 14.10 indicate to you the actual percentage of platform resources your workload will receive, based on its allocation.

But they do more than translate your settings to an expected resource share.  Global weights are used by the database to order the queues for several internal entities.  For example, the AMP worker task (AWT) message queue is now ordered by global weight in SLES 11. 

So it’s time you spent a few minutes taking a closer look at what global weights are, how the SLES 11 priority scheduler calculates them, and how you can influence them.

Big Text: Gaining Value from Unstructured Data with Aster Text Analytics

Text data can be used for gaining insight into customer attitudes, routing communications from service representatives, finding key ‘nuggets’ and trends in news, emails and social media, and matching name and address data.

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