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Web 2.0 tools and technologies are another way to connect Teradata to front line users. This session explores the basic concepts of the Web 2.0 phenomenon. Topics explained include mashups, REST coding, web oriented architecture (WOA), AJAX screen manipulation, and the social networking community of online services. Some do's and don'ts will help you avoid immature technologies and get started correctly connecting your Teradata to you web site.

Integrating the active data warehouse with Java JEE and .NET applications requires an understanding of modern design patterns ...

After a couple of Weeks of Introduction to the “What” and “Why” of Active Integration plus a start at the “How” around creating a Solid Architecture, this episode of the Friday Night Project introduces the Teradata Sample Application (TZA-Insurance).

Last Friday we defined the “What” and “Why” of our new Active Integration world.

So why don’t we start getting straight into the “How” and pick out some User Interface for each of our application classes?

Not so fast, let’s get some Solid Architecture principles in place before we start chasing up that pretty road Toto.

Welcome to the first article in The Friday Night Project series, where we'll starting with a background on the nature and role of the Enterprise Data Warehouse.

The aim of this, occasionally updated, set of articles is to assist a wide range of users to gain practical experience with developing “Active” Web, Web service and Portlet applications that are targeted at and make best use of Teradata.

The audience for this set of articles is expected to be very wide and will range from Teradata associates within the R&D and Professional Services organization through Teradata Customer and Partner developers (all of whom wish to learn and employ the advocated approaches to Teradata Application Development) to the potential “Next Generation” of Teradata oriented Developers that are currently in their final years of College/University and thinking about how to implement their Degree or Masters projects.