MapR delivers on the promise of Hadoop with a proven, enterprise-grade platform that supports a broad set of mission-critical and real-time production uses. MapR brings unprecedented dependability, ease-of-use and world-record speed to Hadoop, NoSQL, database and streaming applications in one unified distribution for Hadoop. The MapR Distribution including Apache™ Hadoop® is used by more than 500 customers across financial services, government, healthcare, manufacturing, media, retail and telecommunications as well as by leading Global 2000 and Web 2.0 companies.

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Benefits of Partnership

  • Tightly integrate MapR in your Teradata Unified Data Architecture as a data platform for quickly capturing, storing, exploring, and refining large volumes of data
  • Enterprise-grade Hadoop gives you same SLAs for Hadoop as enterprise data warehouse with built-in HA, disaster recovery, security, and multi-tenancy
  • 2-7x higher performance than alternative Hadoop distributions
  • Teradata & MapR enable customers to manage data with less hardware and FTE costs
  • Easy data movement, integration, and application development with 100% POSIX-compliant NFS
  • One data platform for all your Hadoop and NoSQL applications

Teradata & MapR Joint Solutions

MapR is the only Hadoop distribution that provides a POSIX-compliant data platform and a read/write NFS interface. This allows companies to use tools such as Teradata Parallel Transporter directly with MapR. POSIX/NFS is the most open source “connector” there is – enabling users to easily move data in/out of Hadoop.

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MapR + Teradata = Best-In-Class Big Data Analytics
MapR + Teradata = Best-In-Class Big Data Analytics

Teradata QueryGrid with MapR Hadoop

Teradata QueryGrid: Teradata Database-to-Hadoop provides a SQL interface for transferring data between Teradata Database and remote Hadoop clusters.

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VersionTeradata Version(s)
MapRTeradata QueryGrid
4.1.0TD 14.10
4.0.2 TD 14.10
4.0.1TD 14.10
3.1.1TD 14.10

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