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New Teradata Unity Director/Loader 14.11

We are pleased to announce the General Customer Availability (GCA) of Unity Director/Loader 14.11. With release 14.11, Unity Director/Loader now conforms to the Viewpoint 15.00 portlet requirements. Unity Director/Loader 14.11 has added support for TPT Update and Multi-Load as ETL portocols. With the addition of these two protocols, Unity Director/Loader now supports all of the TPT and Legacy Bulk Load protocols.

Unity Data Mover, previously known as Teradata Data Mover, is a product that plays an important role in the movement of data from one Teradata system to another.

Is there a way to maintain the same user password on both systems in a dual active environment?   

We are pleased to announce the GCA of Teradata Multi-System Manager 13.10, available January 23, 2011. This is our third major release of Teradata MSM.

Teradata Multi-System Manager is an application that provides a powerful and simple to use approach for monitoring, administration, and control of single- and multi-system environments. 

The Teradata Multi-System Manager product monitors and controls critical applications in both single- and multi-system Teradata environments. It is an event-driven solution that monitors operations, generates alerts, and pushes those mission-critical application alerts to operations staff, DBAs, and other subscribed EDW Operations staff. Teradata Multi-System Manager requires Teradata Viewpoint to support its portlet user interface.

Teradata Data Mover is a new product that plays an important role in the movement of data from one Teradata system to another. It is a key component in moving that data between production systems, between production and test systems, and fits into the overall Dual Active scenario. Teradata Data Mover will provide the capability to move large quantities of Teradata Database objects, automatically determining the most optimal method under the covers. Teradata Data Mover provides a new overall mechanism of data synchronization between systems, employing a simple high-level interface, while at the same time solving the complexities for the user.

Dual Active. What are we doing?