A large bank was consolidating on Teradata and needed Oracle, SQL Server, and DB2 users to move critical data to their Teradata sandbox.  We invented the Nexus multi-database tree, where you can see two systems trees side by side.  Users can click-and-drag to move a single-table or an entire database,  which creates the table(s) on the Teradata system.

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We are proud to announce the release of the Nexus Core! Isn’t it about time that your IT and Business Users have an easier time handling your Big Data?

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Hadoop is one of the greatest creations in data warehousing in the common age. However, it can get a little confusing! Let me walk you through how Hadoop works and the many projects that use Hadoop!

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Tera-Tom here! This post will discuss Hive, Impala, and Zookeeper and the best technology to query, load, manage, and integrate Hadoop projects with traditional systems. The name Hadoop came from the original open source project leader Doug Cutting.  Doug’s son had named his toy elephant Hadoop!  Hadoop is the open source version of the Google…

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We have setup three demos this Friday (July 14th, 2017) to show off the Nexus Query Chameleon! These 90 minute sessions will be dedicated to showing off Coffing Data Warehousing’s tool of choice! The Nexus Query Chameleon is a versatile tool that allows you to handle many different data sets from many different systems simultaneously. Do not…

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Tera-Tom here!   The Japanese have a philosophy that if you master one thing, you can master anything. I decided to take this philosophy to another level. I set out to master the two most difficult and opposite extremes simultaneously. If successful, then I could master everything between these two extremes. So, I decided to…

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Tera-Tom here! The amount of data and the processing power it takes is growing exponentially so companies continue to buy more servers.  Each query needs processor power and memory to bring back an answer set, but competition for these resources is fierce.  A company that has 50,000 users must continue to upgrade their systems to…

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