Downloads related to the Teradata database.

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15.00  -  04 Nov 2015

Community Edition is a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) operating system and Teradata Database packaged into a virtual container that runs in a VMware vSphere ESXI virtualized environment on third-party hardware. Community Edition software consists of a template and associated property files and scripts. When a Community Edition virtual machine is deployed, it operates as a fully functional instance of the configured Teradata Database. Once deployed by the VMware administrator, Community Edition can be used to evaluate Teradata Virtual Machine and the Teradata Database.
Note: You must have administrative privileges on the destination VMware environment to install and configure Community Edition virtual machines.

download icon,,,, 14.10.03,, 15.00.01,,  -  13 Nov 2015

Download Teradata Express for VMware, a free, fully-functional Teradata database, that can be up and running on your system in minutes. For TDE 14.0, please read the launch announcement, and the user guide. For previous versions, read the general introduction to the new Teradata Express family, or learn how to install and configure Teradata Express for VMware.

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2012.02.10, 2014.01.28  -  28 Jan 2014

The DBQL setup and maintenance documents provides scripts, as well as information on how to perform DBQL logging, maintenance, and upgrade, now including Teradata 14.0.

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32 - bit  -  03 Sep 2013

TD Geo Import/Export tool lets you translate ESRI Shape and KML files to TD format.

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Teradata Express is a free developer version of the Teradata Database. It provides an opportunity to work with the Teradata Database for development, testing, evaluation and learning purposes. Please have your Amazon account number ready before registering to use Teradata Express for Amazon EC2. (Sign-up at Normal Amazon usage charges apply.

Teradata Express is a fully functional Teradata Database running on the Novell SLES 10 64-bit Linux platform hosted on the Amazon Web Services cloud platform. Amazon’s hosting platform makes it easy to setup a running Teradata Express system in minutes.