Aug 03, 2016 Teradata PARTNERS 2015 Highlights
Teradata PARTNERS Conference 2015 hit all of the big data topics and then some. Take a quick look back in this highlight video and see how every topic from data analytics to dirty data to rockin data ensured that the intense five days held something for everyone.
PARTNERS began as a group of Teradata users coming together to share and collaborate on how they were using their Teradata solutions to maximize their advantage. Now, more then 30 years later, that principle is still why we come together.
Because real users have the largest hand in selecting the sessions, it’s no surprise that sessions are the biggest draw to PARTNERS. While all of the sessions and presenters were selected for their unique specific offerings, consider these as a starting point for creating your agenda.
Jun 21, 2016 Better Database Design Beats Trends
The tech world moves fast, amazingly so in many instances. Great innovations and world-beating solutions are repeatedly made obsolete by their competition or often even by the very next iteration of their own solution. In that climate of rapid replacement, not necessarily evolution, why has the Teradata Database endured so successfully? And why for all apparent purposes, will it continue to do so well into the future?
May 31, 2016 Data Warehousing: The Future is Now
What you might consider futuristic ideas are actually happening right now. “Others are doing it, just maybe not you right now. But you will—and sooner than you think." That's the message Teradata CTO, Stephen Brobst, delivered the audience in Anaheim, California.
The USAF manages the 4th largest vehicle fleet in the nation—and that fleet is critical to their mission readiness. With data they were able to increase efficiency and save the US taxpayers more than $309,000.000.
Nov 09, 2015 Tapping Data and Expertise for Good—Taproot Datadive
The Taproot Foundation has a unique nonprofit mission: connecting other nonprofits with expert pro bono volunteers. It turns out that they needed some expert help of their own to carry their mission into the future—and Teradata Cares was there to help.
You can show photos of children living in poverty. You can talk about how living in poverty adversely affects their chances. But that doesn't tell the whole story that ...