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Teradata QueryGrid is increasingly popular because it simplifies access to data across parallel platforms.  

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.

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.

Hi - Our Platform Setup is like this: Teradata 15.00 and IBM BigInsights Flavor of Hadoop Implementation. We are trying to explore the option of implementing TD Query Grid to connect to Data in BigInsights. 

Teradata QueryGrid enables high performance multi-system analytics across various data platforms. Integrating the data and analytics of multiple Teradata systems can help organizations to economically scale their Teradata environment by adding systems with different characteristics ...

Today's analytic environments incorporate multiple technologies and systems. Teradata QueryGrid™  Teradata-to-Hadoop allows you to access data and processing on Hadoop from your Teradata data warehouse.

Hi TD,
I am trying to import a table of size 15GB(uncompressed text format on hive) from td hadoop to teradata using Query Grid. When monitoring the job through viewpoint, the Remote data Imported shows a value of 800T intially and then reduces to 500E and eventually to 218T. What exactly do those values mean?  

Today's analytic environments incorporate multiple technologies and systems. Getting value from these systems often requires that they work together to address business needs.

I am trying to learn more about querygrid. so far what I have found is
http://www.teradata.com/Teradata-QueryGrid/#tabbable=0&tab1=0&tab2=0
but this is very superficial .... is there anything deaper on the querygrid product?

When connecting TD14 with Oracle 11 or 12, I've read that USL 15 allows connecting them with a portal server in between. When creating the foreign server, hosttype would normally be 'portal' as that's what's in the middle between TD and Oracle. In what scenario would we use hosttype 'oracle'? 
Thanks
Peter

A short question. We are planning a prototype and want to use our 5550H to install Teradata 15 with Querygrid and Loom to connect to a HDP. Any ideas, if this is possible with a 5550H.

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