March 19, 2010

Some business trends in the data warehouse market

In recent conversations with various analytic DBMS vendors, a fairly consistent picture has emerged.


4 Responses to “Some business trends in the data warehouse market”

  1. Elmari Swart on March 22nd, 2010 6:46 pm

    Teradata, particularly in accounts where Microsoft has a significant SQL Server presence, will be a very strong and stealthy competitor.

    The BI workloads that MS includes in SQL Server can expose Teradata data across the company at a TCO that the other DWH engines cannot match. This includes ETL, OLAP and traditional operational reporting.

    The DWH is only the starting point of what the enterprise needs to unlock its data.


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