Training material for the Teradata Database.

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Why not Columnar with a Primary Index? What's a PA?
Columnar with a primary index (PI) is supported in Teradata Database 15.10. But what are the caveats in using it?
The Instant Gratification of Real Time
The latest buzz in analytics is “Real Time”.  And users’ expectations are now set by their phone apps.
Six Habitual Architecture Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
Is your architecture characterized by excessive costs, supportability issues and business dissatisfaction?
Simplify User Management using Roles and Profiles
This session defines what roles and profiles are, why they are important, how they are implemented, and how to use them.
Data Modeling on NoSQL
NoSQL is being pulled closer and closer to the core of applications, not just as a reporting and data mining tool.
Teradata Workload Management Release 15.0 /15.10 for SLES 11 Technical Overview
This webcast provides an overview of the Teradata Workload Management, consisting of Teradata Integrated Workload Management and Teradata Active System Management (TASM).
Hands-on with Teradata QueryGrid™ - Teradata-Aster
Teradata QueryGrid enables high performance multi-system analytics across various analytic platforms. QueryGrid: Teradata-to-Aster allows Aster’s powerful multi-genre analytics to be used as extensions of the Teradata database.
De-mystifying LDAP and SSO - Teradata Database External Authentication
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory integration and Single Sign-on (SSO) are two separate, distinct, and often confusing technologies for external authentication and authorization of user access to a Teradata system. Properly used, these technologies play an important role in the effective integration of Teradata systems with corporate security processes and infrastructure.
Teradata Secure Zones: Implementation Basics
This session provides a technical overview of Teradata Secure Zones and shows you how easy it is to implement a zone through a hands-on demo. Version: Teradata 15.10
Hands-on with Teradata QueryGrid™ - Teradata-to-Oracle
Teradata QueryGrid enables high performance multi-system analytics across various data platforms. QueryGrid: Teradata-to-Oracle provides powerful SQL based functionality allowing you to join datasets across Teradata and Oracle systems.