Training material for the Teradata Database.

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Defense in Depth - Best Practices for Securing a Teradata Data Warehouse

Defense in depth is the practice of implementing multiple layers of security to protect business-critical information.

Implementing Temporal on Teradata

This presentation explains issues and recommended design patterns for implementing a database design in Teradata using in-database Temporal capabilities.

Workload Management with SLES 11 – Tips and Techniques

This session covers the main topics of Workload Management on SLES 11 systems. 

Hands-On with Teradata QueryGrid™ - Teradata-to-Teradata

Teradata QueryGrid enables high performance multi-system analytics across various data platforms. Integrating the data and analytics of multiple Teradata systems can help organizations to economically scale their Teradata environment by adding systems with different characteristics ...

Hands-On with Teradata QueryGrid™ - Teradata-to-Hadoop

Today's analytic environments incorporate multiple technologies and systems. Teradata QueryGrid™  Teradata-to-Hadoop allows you to access data and processing on Hadoop from your Teradata data warehouse.

Teradata Database 15.10 Overview

Come hear all about the newest features of Teradata Database 15.10!

Teradata Partitioning

Teradata partitioning was originally released in V2R5.0. This presentation reviews partitioning and the changes to this feature (from DPE to columnar) that have occurred over the last twelve years.

Oracle to Teradata 101
If you've worked with Oracle for years and now find yourself the DBA for a Teradata Data Warehouse, you'll want to get productive as soon as possible.
The Many Uses of the Teradata Querybanding Feature

Querybanding provides the capability to wrap metadata around a query. This presentation focuses on the many uses of the Querybanding feature.

High Performance Multi-System Analytics using Teradata QueryGrid

Today's analytic environments incorporate multiple technologies and systems. Getting value from these systems often requires that they work together to address business needs.

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