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Cloud First or Cloud Fit

Its a million dollar question that everyone is asking, should I move everything to cloud? A new buzz word keeping everyone busy. Think of a room filled with all the CEO’s and CTO’s of major company showing off their cloud capabilities, taking all the jargon’s of cloud world. 452 more words

Issue No. 24: Brand Event Serendipity

A last word: Branding Serendipity

It was finally announced, yesterday, that eCommerce brand Mizzen+Main signed the reigning Cy Young award winner Jake Arrieta. Frankly, the news was drowned out by the unfortunate passing of  233 more words

Teradata : Introduction

What is Teradata?

Teradata is one of the most popular Relational Database Management Systems. It is mainly suitable for building large scale data warehousing applications. Teradata achieves this by the concept of parallelism. 310 more words

Relational Database Management System



Teradata is a popular Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) suitable for large data warehousing applications. It is capable of handling large volumes of data and is highly scalable in nature. 97 more words

Relational Database Management System

Hello, Think Big Analytics

A little over a month ago I left my role as the Chief Data Scientists for Big Data & Analytics Platform Team at Oracle. It was sad to say goodbye to some wonderfully talented people that I had the pleasure of working with, but change is an inevitable part of our lives. 120 more words

TERADATA Real Time Online Training By MaxMunus


Teradata is positioned as a leader in the Gartner, Inc. 2017 Magic Quadrant for Data Warehouse and Data Management Solutions

Teradata is a fully scalable relational database management system produced by Teradata Corp. 193 more words

Big Data = New Oil -- What's That Even Mean?

During Teradata’s annual Partners conference in Anaheim, CA toward the end of October an executive  almost inevitably referred to big data as the new oil. Antony Peyton, deputy editor of London-based Banking Technology asked what that meant, which led to a certain amount of inconclusive rambling discussion. 376 more words