Dell Technologies and Teradata have announced a joint offering dubbed Teradata Vantage Solutions Powered by Dell Technologies. It combines Teradata’s Vantage data management and analytics software with Dell’s compute, storage and networking infrastructure and VMware’s private cloud layer in three integrated packages ranging from quick start to enterprise scale.
Teradata Vantage Quick Start is optimized for ease and speed of deployment and is designed to enable customers to start small and scale up to larger deployments, all within the consistent Vantage software environment. The Dell PowerEdge R740xd Server, which is designed to address application performance and acceleration, powers Quick Start.
Teradata Vantage Analytic Archive allows companies to store a large amount of data cost-effectively while still being able to use it for analytics. Analytic Archive is powered by the Dell PowerEdge R640 server together with Dell PowerSwitch and Dell Unity XT Storage that provides flexible hybrid flash and disk storage for high capacity and cost-effective archival applications.
Teradata Vantage Enterprise Data Warehouse unifies and consolidates silos of enterprise data from multiple sources, facilitating broad access in the organization while enabling advanced analytics for complex and mixed workloads with prioritization capabilities. Vantage Enterprise Data Warehouse is powered by the Dell PowerEdge R640 server together with Dell PowerSwitch, Dell PowerVault and ECS Object.