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Is your architecture characterized by excessive costs, supportability issues and business dissatisfaction?

If you've worked with Oracle for years and now find yourself the DBA for a Teradata Data Warehouse, you'll want to get productive as soon as possible.

The Teradata Database system is different from other databases in a number of fundamental ways. If you want to know what these differences are and how they make it possible for Teradata to deliver unlimited scalability in every dimension, high performance, simple management, Query Grid to Hadoop and other databases and all the other requirements of the Active Data Warehouse and structured Big Data, then this is the session for you.

If each PE supports upto 120 sessions and each session can run 16 requests in parallel and each AMP can run 80 tasks in parallel,
 
does this mean that we need minimum 24 AMPs ((120*16)/80)???

A database is a database, so if I know one , then I know them all, right?  Not really...

Hi Friends
I am new to this forum. I hope this is the right place to post below questions. I am preparing for TD Basic certification. While doing so I stumbled on two questions. Here are they.
1. Which component is part of Teradata's open architecture?

I'm working on architecture diagrams to illustrate Teradata in an environment that includes Microsoft, Oracle/Sun, IBM, HP, and other technologies. I can find Visio shapes for all these platforms at www.visiocafe.com, but none for Teradata.

This session will review current best practice for building data quality into data warehouses.

This presentation follows a Teradata SQL query from its origin at the client through the components of the parsing engine (PE), dispatched execution steps through the BYNET, step execution and file system management in the access module processor (AMP), merge and sorting of the response through the BYNET to the PE, and returning the answer set to the client.

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.