New Offerings Represent A Major Shift For Teradata

ATLANTA: Data analytics specialist Teradata Corporation (TDC), which has gathered 3,000 customers and partners for its annual Partner conference, made a number of product and service announcements this week which should generate a lot of customer interest, especially if they’re using — or want to make greater use — of cloud. According to the company the new offerings include: –Borderless Analytics, which turns hybrid...

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Teradata: Back To The Future With Customer Focus
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Teradata: Back To The Future With Customer Focus

ATLANTA: Despite strong financial performance, and a leadership position in one of today’s hottest markets, analytics, questions continue to circulate around Teradata Corporation (TDC), which has gathered 3,000 customers (versus 5,000 in 2015, although SAS is holding a similar gathering this week) and partners for its annual Partner conference. In August the company announced higher revenues — $599 million versus $559.23M...

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IT Operations Analytics from the Source

One of the top uses of big data today is IT operations analytics. This makes sense. By nature, IT components are designed to log all of their many status messages, and this information is generated with debug, tracking, and audit purposes in mind. The aggregate output, however, can be a logistical problem in itself. For each device, some poor sysadmin has to decide what level of logging is desired, and then live with the consequences...

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Understanding Poetry at the HPE Big Data Conference

HPE’s Big Data Conference was given the tag line #SeizeTheData which immediately made me think of the wonderful film “Dead Poets Society.” One of my favorite scenes is when the students learn how to measure and analyze poetry. You can refresh your memory of the dialogue by watching this clip  or reading here. Of course, the whole point is that using analytics doesn’t work in poetry appreciation. Which I thought...

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IBM BigInsights: Refining Open Source Big Data…

I’ve written pretty regularly about IBM’s history of promoting open source technologies. Those efforts began with the company’s support of Linux in the 1990s, resulting in IBM supporting Linux distributions across its entire portfolio of systems and other solutions. Over the years, the company also contributed and invested extensively in a wide range of existing and emerging open source projects. Plus, it open sourced some of its own...

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