Teradata has long been known for its powerful SQL engine, which was created to handle exceedingly complicated tasks such as recursive queries and implicit joins, as well as its unique syntax and bespoke logic for parallelizing workloads. As a result, Teradata has long been positioned as a solution for enterprises with the most difficult analytic issues. With Vantage, it has finally embraced cloud aggressively.
The world’s Redshifts, Synapses, Snowflakes, and BigQueries have been positioned as modern cloud, hyperscale alternatives with pay-as-you-go pricing that should be more cost-effective than legacy Teradata platforms.
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