Datometry and Pivotal Host Seminar on Re-Platforming Teradata in Weeks

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Our data warehouse virtualization technology is enabling enterprises to quickly implement cloud-first strategies for their data management and reap the benefits of cloud offerings.

Datometry, the pioneer in adaptive data warehouse virtualization technology, and Pivotal Inc. announce a joint seminar on how enterprises can can reduce or replace their Teradata footprint and save 70% or more in CAPEX and OPEX by re-platforming to Pivotal Greenplum data warehouse using Datometry’s flagship product, Datometry® Hyper-Q™.

The seminar will feature experts from both companies who will present demos, case studies, and customer testimonials on how to their transition from Teradata—without business disruption—and will cover how Datometry Hyper-Q & Pivotal Greenplum data warehouse enable:


  • Teradata applications to run natively on Greenplum
  • No re-writing of applications which means no business disruption for the enterprise
  • Transitioning the data warehouse in weeks, not years  
  • Development, test, and migration cost savings in millions

When: 8:30 am, Sept 26, 2017

Where: Pivotal Facility, 255 Main Street, Cambridge, MA

Register here: Transition Teradata in Weeks, Not Years

Datometry’s Founder & CEO Mike Waas says: “Our data warehouse virtualization technology is enabling enterprises to quickly implement cloud-first strategies for their data management and reap the benefits of cloud offerings. In the last 12 months, we have seen that cloud adoption is becoming an imperative for all enterprises not just the early adopters: the penalty of not adopting the cloud is just too severe now.”

“Pivotal Greenplum is the only open source, enterprise-grade, MPP (massively parallel processing) data platform that supports both ANSI SQL as well as new and advanced analytics,” adds Pivotal’s Head of Data Jacque Istok. “When combined with Datometry Hyper-Q there is no quicker way for customers to get immediate ROI trading their expensive investments in legacy and proprietary technology from Teradata for a stack that is open and modern.”

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