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gkatiyar 19 posts Joined 09/13
29 Sep 2013
TERADATA Architecture - parallelism?

Hi All,
Can you please tell me what is the component in TERADATA Architecture which is responsible for parallelism?
I mean if this component is removed, the system will no longer be parallel.
 
I think its the AMPs, Can you please confirm.
Thanks,
Gaurav Katiyar

Regards, Gaurav Katiyar
VBurmist 96 posts Joined 12/09
29 Sep 2013

Hi Gaurav,
the whole architecture is responsible for parallelism.  Basically all the components are designed with parallelism in mind.
Also note that all components are designed with fault-tolerance, to protect the system from hardware and software failures.   So you do not easily loose a component due to incidents.
There is no reason to remove necessary components intentionally.
Regards,
Vlad.
 

Raja_KT 1246 posts Joined 07/09
29 Sep 2013

Parallel Database Extensions( PDE) is a software layer(interface) rich in sophisticated algorithms takes control of Teradata parallelism. It lies between the OS and Teradata server. Speed and linear scalibility are attributed to PDE. The management of I/O and task distribution within and across nodes are accomplished by way of PDE.
 
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Raja

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gkatiyar 19 posts Joined 09/13
03 Oct 2013

Vlad and Raja, thanks for your input.

Regards,
Gaurav Katiyar

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