With all the noise around newer technologies such as Hadoop, it would be easy to assume that the data analytics space is new — and totally dominated by the NewSQL/ NoSQL tools pouring out of the world’s startups. It would be easy. But it would also be wrong. Data analytics, business intelligence, and related ideas are not new. Companies such as Teradata (and others) have been selling enterprise tools here for 30 years or more, and these companies are proving resilient as the market shifts and evolves around them.
In this podcast I talk with Scott Gnau, President of Teradata Labs. We discuss Teradata’s perspective on the evolving data analytics landscape, and Scott talks about some of the ways in which his company is adapting.
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- Teradata Sharpens Focus on In-database Analytics (datacenterknowledge.com)
- “We cannot be out innovated.” Teradata President Discusses Benefits of Partnerships #HadoopSummit (siliconangle.com)
- Netflix Picks Teradata Cloud for Analytics (datacenterknowledge.com)
(Cross-posted @ The Cloud of Data)