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New Teradata Unity Data Mover 15.00 Available

Announcing Teradata Unity Data Mover 15.00

We are pleased to announce the General Customer Availability (GCA) of Unity Data Mover 15.00. With release 15.00, Unity Data Mover is now certified with Teradata Database 15.00, and supports important database features such as JSON and foreign server definitions. Data Mover can now move foreign server definitions, as well as utilize QueryGrid/foreign server connections to move data from Hadoop to Teradata (if installed). Hadoop support has also been extended to support TDH 2.1 and 1.3.2.

Ad Hoc Workloads and Business Performance SLAs

How do you determine you’re who gets priority when every user thinks their work should come 1st? What’s the impact to the business when the warehouse environment is thought to be under performing? Or is it just that one user? This presentation will address best practices in establishing workload SLAs, both tactical and strategic, in an Ad Hoc environment and how to engage the business users in determining priority. Included will be realistic testing methods, what testing can and should be performed prior to Query implementation. Query SLAs, both tactical and strategic, will be discussed, as will methodologies for gaining consensus on priority. Ongoing SLA monitoring, tracking and reporting will also be discussed.

Updated and re-recorded in January 2015.

Implementing Non-Tactical Queries in a Mixed Workload Environment

This presentation will focus on techniques that have proven successful when implementing non-tactical query applications.

Using IOTAs to Determine the I/O Utilization of Your Workloads

I/O Token Allocations (IOTAs) are used in Teradata Database 14.10 with SLES 11 systems to enforce the I/O side of Workload Management Capacity on Demand (WM COD) and other SLES 11 hard limits.

This posting describes what IOTAs are and what role they play in enforcing I/O limits with WM COD.   In addition, and maybe more importantly, we’ll be looking at how IOTA numbers being reported in ResUsage can help you assess the I/O utilization of your workloads, and the I/O utilization of your entire platform, whether or not you have WM COD enabled.

Teradata ODBC Driver For Windows

The ODBC Driver for Windows allows you to connect to the Teradata database from Windows applications.

Teradata ODBC Driver for Mac OS X

The ODBC Driver for Mac OS X allows you to connect to the Teradata database from Mac OS Xapplications.

DBQL - the Ultimate Query Tracker - Are You Up-to-Date?

Have you ever wished for a magic wand that could quickly point out the missing, stale, and unused statistics for you?

Controlling the Mix: What’s New in Teradata Active Systems Management for TD15.0

Workload Management is a critical component of balancing application demands and ensuring consistent application performance ...

Teradata QueryGrid and Adaptive Optimization

Teradata QueryGrid and Adaptive Optimization:

Not Your Typical DBMS-Hadoop Connector

Dr. Daniel Abadi  October 17, 2014

Thisis a guest post by Dr. Abadi also posted at http://blogs.teradata.com/data-points/teradata-querygrid-and-adaptive-optimization/ 

 

Teradata Mapping Manager

Teradata Mapping Manager is a Java-based desktop application/tool used by our professional services consultants to aid in the mapping of data and requirements. The mapping metadata is stored in a Teradata database.

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