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Message Posted: Sun, 15 Apr 2007 @ 18:16:34 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Merging large volumes of data into large history tables
From:   Victor Sokovin

  No worries. I've been in the industry a long time (15+ years), no offense taken, and in fact - you can google me if you wish to find me in many different places. As far as technical and business sides, I cross both. I grew up as an assembly level programmer, and have since migrated to systems architecture and design - specialized in VLDB/VLDW (terabytes to petabyte sized systems). I've been working with the Teradata platform for over 8 years now, and have been trained in the Teradata Factory Class, so I am familiar with the ins' and outs' (most of them).  

Tried to google the "Teradata Factory Class". No luck. That a euphemism?

The closest I could find was:

"For 2007, the conference [VS: Teradata technical conference] has changed to become the Teradata Technology Factory. Based on your feedback, we have incorporated even more technical content and educational material, truly making this year's conference YOUR Knowledge Source for Active Enterprise Intelligence."

But I understand that one is still to happen in a couple of months from now.

  You can find me teaching a Governance & SEI/CMMI class at Teradata Partners(although I don't know if I've been accepted yet this year).  

I've never been to Partners but I'll try to drop in if I am in the neighborhood at the right time. I'd like you to teach me how to disable the logging.

  Teradata has some unique propositions for ETL/ELT, performance, near-linear scalability, fail-over, and of course data mining embedded into the SQL layers. It's high powered systems lead the pack when configured properly.  

Yes, and atomic upserts.



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