Man selling data warehouses says data warehouses still essential
Despite industry efforts to get both data exploration and business analysis workloads onto a single "lakehouse" system, separate data lakes and warehouses are still required for effective enterprise analytics and BI systems, Teradata's CTO tells The Register. Speaking at the vendor's London conference last week, Stephen Brobst …
Monday 3rd October 2022 15:26 GMT bregister
Long time Oracle DBA here.
I agree but just look at what the Teradata database offers to the DBA. 9,000,000 types of indexes and partitions (thats a slight overstatement!), brilliant.
Old isn't always bad.
I wonder how many of the new generation of database/datawarehouse will still be around in 2 years time now that the free money has run out?
Monday 3rd October 2022 23:19 GMT Il'Geller
“But this raises the question of whether Teradata can grab new customers…”
No, Teradata cannot attract both new and old customers: the time of SQL-ideology and databases, which manually process raw data, is over. From now on database will be created by AI, which will automatically process the raw data, annotating and structuring it. Without humans involved. While Teradata relies on manual work.