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Teradata: All in the Family of Appliances and Big Data

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Teradata recently held its Partners User Group meeting (Twitter hashtag #TDPUG11) in San Diego. Analysts were briefed previously on some of the announcements, which I covered in an earlier post.

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Comments (2)
David, appreciate the recap. Teradata has been positioning their appliance family for a while, good to see the message is starting to get out. 2 questions for you. 1) is TD positioning the product line across the small; mid-size; Large Enterprise segments? 2) the Aster M/R framework, would still need interconnect to a Hadoop-enabled platform?
Posted by Mike L | Monday, October 17 2011 at 11:20AM ET
Mike: my comment about the family of products is less about whether they position them as a family, but that they have a UNIQUE range of capabilities. Re #1 above, I saw less emphasis on small to mid size enterprise, with the exception of the Aster product line. Re #2 the Aster M/R capabilities are independent of Hadoop.
Posted by Dave M | Monday, October 17 2011 at 12:20PM ET
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