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726 Oct 2015 @ 05:35 PDTDatabaseTeradata Virtual Storage: The new way to manage Multi-Temperature dataGeeta - I think your questions regarding the settings for the PROD vs. NON-PROD systems are best directed to your Teradata Customer Support representative.  The CSR should be able to tell you ...
608 Mar 2012 @ 02:19 PSTDatabaseTeradata Virtual Storage: The new way to manage Multi-Temperature dataThis collector is hard to quantify, since it uses a user defined function to pull TVS data (SYSLIB.GETTVSUDFVIEWPOINTSUMMARY). The default collection frequency of this data collector is once every...
521 Jul 2011 @ 02:35 PDTDatabaseEnterprise Logical Data Models – Idealism vs. RealityWith regard to the canonical data model, once again we are faced with the concept of a standard definition. Here is a an example of just a few: Sathsh Parameshwara, BI architect, says that the ca...
421 Jul 2011 @ 02:13 PDTDatabaseEnterprise Logical Data Models – Idealism vs. RealityI'm not sure how this relates to SIMF at OMG. What about other organizations like OASIS, W3C, etc. that might develop standards, too? This is certainly an admirable and worthy goal, but who will ...
301 Feb 2011 @ 10:47 PSTDatabaseTeradata Virtual Storage: The new way to manage Multi-Temperature dataAs stated in the article,"It is strongly recommended that you allow Teradata personnel to assess your system’s readiness for Teradata Virtual Storage with their Assessment Tool before making any ...
205 Aug 2009 @ 12:25 PDTDatabaseEnterprise Logical Data Models – Idealism vs. RealityI have encountered a couple of different ways of dealing with this. One was a check-out, check-in mechanism for the models. That is, the models could only be checked out of the library they were ...
115 Jul 2009 @ 01:59 PDTDatabaseEnterprise Logical Data Models – Idealism vs. RealityEven if there were no errors in the LDM, it should be a depiction of data from the business perspective, and that depiction will change over time. LDMs can only represent data at a given point in...