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AWS: Teradata Software

What is Teradata Software for AWS?

Teradata Software for AWS combines powerful Teradata analytics software with the agility and flexibility of public cloud infrastructure. Benefits include self-service, under-an-hour provisioning, and pay-as-you-go — plus the ability to extend an on-premises analytic ecosystem into the AWS environment. Additional advantages:

  • Rapid and easy procurement — quick proofs of concept for analytic exploration
  • On-Demand or Term subscriptions — pay only for what you use, optimize your spend
  • Software consistency with on-premises — leverage existing Teradata investments

By incorporating AWS for deploying a Teradata analytics environment, we make it easier for companies of all sizes to become data-driven with best-in-class analytics.

What products are offered with Teradata Software for AWS?

The following Teradata products are being offered with Teradata Software for AWS:

For whom is Teradata Software for AWS intended?

Literally any organization of any size can use and benefit from Teradata Software for AWS, which combines the power of Teradata analytics with the convenience of AWS for a win-win value proposition. Existing customers of Teradata on-premises products will find it just as capable as new-to-Teradata customers. The ability to self-provision, launch quickly, pay-as-you-go, and integrate with a wide variety of complementary software tools are all key benefits.

What are the expected use cases of Teradata Software for AWS?

The primary ways to take advantage of Teradata Software for AWS include:

  • Try the latest version of Teradata software to explore new features — with no commitment
  • Do Test and Development in an agile environment separate from on-premises resources
  • Conduct Proofs of Concept (POCs) to examine new hypotheses or validate software integration
  • Perform analytics on cloud-based data repositories, including data stored in Amazon S3 or Elastic MapReduce (EMR)

How does Teradata Software for AWS compare to other Teradata products?

One of the key tenets and differentiators of Teradata’s strategy is to offer the same software everywhere. As such, the same features, capabilities, and benefits of world-renowned Teradata software are available on a pay-as-you-go basis in the AWS environment. In fact, the hybrid combination of on-premises, Teradata IntelliCloud, and self-service software offerings — all using the same Teradata software — is central to our strategy of making it easy for you to extract the most value from your data.

Is Teradata Software for AWS single-node or multi-node (i.e. SMP or MPP)?

Teradata Database on Azure is multi-node (MPP, massively parallel processing) and is currently scalable up to 64 nodes. Higher levels of scalability will be available in the future.

AWS: Capabilities

May I directly query data in Amazon S3?

Yes. You may directly query data in Amazon S3 by using QueryGrid Manager and the optional (paid) Teradata-to-Presto QueryGrid Connector. This capability is a wonderful feature because it helps save time and money by avoiding egress charges and effort when moving data from S3 into Teradata Database.

The optional (paid) Teradata-to-Presto QueryGrid Connector interfaces with the Teradata distribution of Presto running on Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR), the AWS Hadoop-as-a-Service offering, or either Hortonworks (HDP) or Cloudera (CDH) on EC2 instances.

The Teradata distribution of Presto is open source (and thus free of charge), but to get support for Teradata Presto nodes you must engage Teradata Customer Services. Teradata QueryGrid Connectors are licensed separately for use with Teradata Database. Read the product documentation for more details.

Can Teradata Software for AWS be used as disaster recovery solutions?

Yes, you may choose to use your Teradata Software for AWS instance(s) as primary or secondary environments in conjunction with other Teradata environments. You may configure these environments for disaster recovery on your own or contract with the Teradata Services team for assistance.

Can I transfer data back-and-forth between this and other Teradata systems?

Yes, you are able to transfer data between on-premises, IntelliCloud, and self-service software instances of Teradata. You should take note of any AWS-related data transfer fees associated with this activity.

How secure is Teradata Software for AWS?

Teradata Software for AWS offers all of the same security options that exist for any Amazon EC2-hosted offering. For example, EC2 compute instances are located in a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) with an IP range that you specify. You decide which instances are exposed to the Internet and which remain private. Security Groups and networks access control lists (ACLs) allow you to control inbound and outbound network access to and from the instances. You can connect your existing IT infrastructure to resources in the VPC using industry-standard encrypted IPsec VPN connections.

Furthermore, you can provision your EC2 resources as Dedicated Instances, which are Amazon EC2 Instances that run on hardware dedicated to a single customer for additional isolation. We refer you to AWS for details. For more information on Amazon EC2 security, refer to the Amazon Web Services: Overview of Security Process document.

What compliance levels are in place?

The same compliance levels that exist for all AWS-deployed software are in place for Teradata Software for AWS. We refer you to AWS for those specifics. Ultimately, you are responsible for ensuring that you meet whatever requirements are applicable for your industry, operating environment, and end-user expectations.

Will the same monitoring tool be able to monitor this and other Teradata systems?

Yes, Teradata Viewpoint may be used to monitor multiple instances of Teradata regardless of deployment option. Be sure to choose the multi-instance version of Viewpoint rather than a single instance version if you wish to take advantage of this capability.

What AWS resource monitoring capabilities are available?

Amazon CloudWatch is a web service that provides monitoring for AWS cloud resources and applications, starting with Amazon EC2. It provides you with visibility into resource utilization, operational performance, and overall demand patterns — including metrics such as CPU utilization, disk reads and writes, and network traffic. You can get statistics, view graphs, and set alarms for metric data. Amazon CloudWatch aggregates and stores monitoring data that can be accessed using web service APIs or Command Line Tools.

AWS: Subscribing

What is AWS Marketplace?

AWS Marketplace is an online store that helps customers find, buy, and immediately start using the software and services they need to build products and run their businesses. Visitors to the marketplace can use AWS Marketplace’s 1-Click deployment to quickly launch pre-configured software and pay only for what they use. AWS handles billing and payments, and software charges appear on your AWS bill.

What do I need in order to subscribe to software on AWS Marketplace?

Any customer eligible to use AWS products is also able to shop on AWS Marketplace. You must have an Amazon EC2 account. Software charges appear on the same monthly bill as AWS infrastructure charges.

How do I pay for AWS Marketplace subscriptions?

If you are using a Teradata AMI product that has an hourly fee, you will be billed by AWS for your use of this software. At the beginning of the month, you will receive a bill from AWS for your AWS Marketplace charges, which will include one or both of these types of charges:

  • The hourly fee for the software multiplied by the number of hours an instance with this software was running.
  • Your infrastructure charges such as EC2 usage, EBS usage, and Bandwidth usage.

For EC2 resources, each instance will run until one of the following occurs: you terminate the instance, the instance shuts itself down, or the host terminates due to software or hardware failure. Partial instance hours consumed are billed as full hours.

What is IntelliSphere and why might I want to include it in my database subscription?

Teradata IntelliSphere is a comprehensive software bundle with extraordinarily powerful capabilities to ingest, access, manage, and deploy analytical ecosystems. An IntelliSphere subscription provides rights to use nearly 10 different Unified Data Architecture (UDA) software products previously licensed separately, such as:

  • Teradata Data Lab
  • Teradata Data Mover
  • Teradata QueryGrid (with Connectors)
  • Teradata Viewpoint (Multiple Teradata Systems)
  • Additional information about this flexible, affordable solution for the Enterprise, Advanced, and Base tiers is available at www.teradata.com/intellisphere.

What partner software is available?

Numerous options exist to provision and deploy ISV partner software in combination with the Teradata solutions on AWS. Many of our partners offer their software on AWS, making it easy for both Teradata and ISV software to be deployed in the same environments. Other options include on-premises partner software connected to Teradata Software for AWS, as well as cloud-to-cloud connectivity between partner cloud environments and Teradata Software for AWS.

When planning to deploy Teradata software in conjunction with partner software on AWS, you should first find the Teradata ISV partner in the Teradata partner network directory and check compatibility with Teradata Database 16.20 or 15.10 as appropriate.

AWS: Deployment

Where is Teradata Software for AWS available?

Teradata Software for AWS is available in all commercial AWS Marketplace regions except for those in China. Amazon EC2 locations are composed of Regions and Availability Zones. Availability Zones are distinct locations that are engineered to be insulated from failures in other Availability Zones and provide inexpensive, low latency network connectivity to other Availability Zones in the same Region. By launching instances in separate Availability Zones, you can protect your applications from failure of a single location. Regions consist of one or more Availability Zones, are geographically dispersed, and will be in separate geographic areas or countries.

Does Teradata Software allow me to use AWS private (dedicated) cloud instances?

Yes, you may use Teradata Software for AWS on dedicated EC2 instances.

Are there automated deployment options via AWS CloudFormation?

Yes. Teradata has harnessed AWS CloudFormation templates to help streamline the provisioning process for bringing up the numerous Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) involved in a Teradata ecosystem.

We’ve established three ecosystems: Test and Development, Minimum Production, and Full Production, each of which contains increasing quantities of Teradata software. To use the launch templates, first subscribe to the AMIs in your desired ecosystem. Once you do and once you launch the Teradata Ecosystem template, it’s a straightforward fill-in-the-blank step-by-step process to bring up the AMIs much easier than doing so manually.

What are the EC2 deployment considerations between choosing Local Storage or EBS?

AWS offers EC2 instances with local storage (SSD and HDD) as well as network attached storage (i.e., Elastic Block Store, or EBS, which is always SSD). Storage type should be selected carefully according to the intended use case because there are tradeoffs involved with each choice:

Local Storage (SSD)

  • Highest performance
  • Highest cost per vCPU / TB
  • Lower reliability than EBS
  • Up to 6.4TB storage per EC2 instance
  • Storage is ephemeral (e.g., requires a running instance)
  • Potential for data loss if EC2 instance fails
  • Data protection via DSU Backup

Local Storage (HDD)

  • Lower performance than SSD
  • Lower cost per vCPU / TB than SSD
  • Lower reliability than SSD
  • Up to 48TB storage per EC2 instance
  • Storage is ephemeral (e.g., requires a running instance)
  • Potential for data loss if EC2 instance fails
  • Data protection via DSU Backup

Elastic Block Store (EBS)

  • Highest reliability
  • Lower performance than local storage
  • Lowest cost per vCPU /TB (even with extra charges for EBS)
  • Up to 60TB storage (pre-provisioned) per EC2 instance
  • Storage expandable by attaching additional EBS volumes
  • Data persists independent of running instance which provides option to shut down instance between sessions in order to reduce EC2 costs (lower TCO)

AWS: Backup and Restoration

What is automatic node failure recovery?

Teradata Software for AWS includes automatic node failure recovery capabilities, which apply to EC2 instances using EBS. Node failures may be related to hardware, software, or the operating system. When a node fails, Node Failure Recovery:

  • Automatically spins up a virtual hot standby node instance
  • Detaches the attached storage of the failed node
  • Configures a new instance
  • Reattaches the attached storage to the new instance
  • Reinstates the configuration

The replacement node is based off an image recorded when the system is first launched, or an updated image if the proper tools are run after a software upgrade. The replacement node has the same secondary IP, elastic IP, and identifiers as the replaced node. By default, the downed node continues running and can be used for diagnostic purposes.

May I backup and restore to/from Amazon S3?

Yes. In addition to using EBS, you may directly backup and restore to and from Amazon S3. Using Teradata Data Stream Controller, this capability applies whether the source is a cloud or on-premises Teradata system and also whether the restore target is a cloud or on-premises Teradata system.

The benefit of using low-cost Amazon S3 is that you pay only for what you use and storage scales automatically. It is easy to create and manage jobs in Viewpoint for backup and restore at the database or object level, and incremental backup means that only changed blocks are streamed from the database. Multiple parallel data streams between each Teradata node and the Amazon S3 storage bucket minimizes backup and restore windows.

AWS: Support

How do I get support?

Included with your paid Teradata subscription on AWS Marketplace is Teradata Premier Cloud Support, which provides 24x7 incident creation for problem resolutions, coverage and response times by customer-defined severity levels, and entitlement to software updates. Teradata Support is the service portal for Teradata Software for AWS.

Premier Cloud Support provides users access to Teradata Customer Service’s 24x7 Service Portal to engage in community forums for sharing ideas and discovering solutions, searching knowledge articles for relevant product and service information, downloading software updates, and accessing the Teradata Support Team for problem resolution.

You must have a Teradata Support account to:

  • Request support from Teradata regarding an incident
  • Download software releases
  • Access educational materials

Note: Every Teradata Software for AWS customer must register their AWS accounts for a Teradata Support account.

How do I do a proof of concept (POC)?

The Teradata Services team is available to assist you in determining the right architecture, configurations, and parameters to address the requirements of your specific use cases — and we encourage you to reach out to your Teradata Account Team. For new-to-Teradata customers, there are a variety of options available to assist you in your evaluation and section process; please contact us for more information.

What happens to AWS Marketplace when Teradata updates its products?

When Teradata publishes an update to an AMI to which you are subscribed, you will be sent a notification email from AWS Marketplace that contains information about the latest version provided by Teradata.

What service offerings are available?

The Teradata services team has created a broad set of advisory, training, architectural, implementation, and production service offerings to assist you in your migration to, and use of, Teradata Software for AWS.

What service level can I expect?

Teradata Software for AWS offers all of the same service levels that exist for any EC2-hosted offering. We refer you to AWS for details.

Azure: Teradata Software

What is Teradata Software for Azure?

Teradata Software for Azure combines powerful Teradata analytics software with the agility and flexibility of public cloud infrastructure. Benefits include self-service, under-an-hour provisioning, and pay-as-you-go — plus the ability to extend an on-premises analytic ecosystem into the Azure environment. Additional advantages:

  • Rapid and easy procurement — quick proofs of concept for analytic exploration
  • On-Demand or Term subscriptions — pay only for what you use, optimize your spend
  • Software consistency with on-premises — leverage existing Teradata investments

By incorporating Azure for deploying a Teradata analytics environment, we make it easier for companies of all sizes to become data-driven with best-in-class analytics.

What products are offered with Teradata Software for Azure?

The following Teradata products are being offered for Teradata Software for Azure:

For whom is Teradata Software for Azure intended?

Literally any organization of any size can use and benefit from Teradata Software for Azure, which combines the power of Teradata analytics with the convenience of Azure for a win-win value proposition. Existing customers of Teradata on-premises products will find it just as capable as new-to-Teradata customers. The ability to self-provision, launch quickly, pay-as-you-go, and integrate with a wide variety of complementary software tools are all key benefits.

What are the expected use cases of Teradata Software for Azure?

The primary ways to take advantage of Teradata Software for Azure include:

  • Try the latest version of Teradata software to explore new features — with no commitment
  • Do Test and Development in an agile environment separate from on-premises resources
  • Conduct Proofs of Concept (POCs) to examine new hypotheses or validate software integration
  • Perform analytics on cloud-based data repositories, including data stored in Blob storage or HDInsight

How does Teradata Software for Azure compare to other Teradata products?

One of the key tenets and differentiators of Teradata’s strategy is to offer the same software everywhere. As such, the same features, capabilities, and benefits of world-renowned Teradata software are available on a pay-as-you-go basis in the Azure environment. In fact, the hybrid combination of on-premises, Teradata IntelliCloud, and self-service software offerings – all using the same Teradata software — is central to our strategy of making it easy for you to extract the most value from your data.

Is Teradata Software for Azure single-node or multi-node (i.e. SMP or MPP)?

Teradata Software for Azure is multi-node (MPP, massively parallel processing) and is currently scalable up to 64 nodes. Higher levels of scalability will be available in the future.

Azure: Capabilities

May I directly query data in Blob storage?

Yes. The optional (paid) Teradata-to-Hive QueryGrid Connector interfaces with Hive running on HDInsight, the Azure Hadoop-as-a-Service offering, oreither Hortonworks (HDP) or Cloudera (CDH) on Azure Virtual Machines. This capability is a wonderful feature because it helps save time and money by avoiding egress charges and effort when moving data from Blob storage into Teradata Database.

The optional (paid) Teradata-to-Hive QueryGrid Connector interfaces with Hive running on either Hortonworks (HDP) or Cloudera (CDH) on Azure Virtual Machines. Read the product documentation for more details.

Can Teradata Software for Azure be used as disaster recovery solutions?

Yes, you may choose to use your Teradata Software for Azure virtual machine(s) as primary or secondary environments in conjunction with other Teradata environments. You may configure these environments for disaster recovery on your own or contract with the Teradata Services team for assistance.

Can I transfer data back-and-forth between this and other Teradata systems?

Yes, you are able to transfer data between on-premises, IntelliCloud, and self-service software instances of Teradata. You should take note of any Azure-related data transfer fees associated with this activity.

How secure is Teradata Software for Azure?

Teradata Software for Azure offers all of the same security options that exist for any Azure VM-hosted offering.

What compliance levels are in place?

The same compliance levels that exist for all Azure-deployed software are in place for Teradata Software for Azure. We refer you to Azure for those specifics. Ultimately, you are responsible for ensuring that you meet whatever requirements are applicable for your industry, operating environment, and end-user expectations.

Will the same monitoring tool be able to monitor this and other Teradata systems?

Yes, Teradata Viewpoint may be used to monitor multiple instances of Teradata regardless of deployment option. Be sure to choose the multi-instance version of Viewpoint rather than a single instance version if you wish to take advantage of this capability.

Azure: Subscribing

What is Azure Marketplace?

Azure Marketplace is an online applications and services marketplace that enables independent software vendors (ISVs) such as Teradata to offer their solutions to Azure customers around the world. The Azure Marketplace combines Microsoft Azure partner ecosystems into a single, unified platform to better serve customers and partners, making it easier to search, purchase, and deploy a wide range of applications and services in just a few clicks.

What is the difference between "price," "software price," and "total price" in the cost structure for Virtual Machine offers in the Azure Marketplace?

"Price" refers to the cost of the Azure Virtual Machine to run the software. "Software price" refers to the cost of the publisher software running on an Azure Virtual Machine. "Total price" refers to the combined total cost of the Azure Virtual Machine and Teradata software running on an Azure Virtual Machine.

Can I apply Azure subscription credits or monetary commitment funds on my account towards Azure products and services to run Azure Marketplace offers?

Yes. Azure subscription credits or monetary commitment funds on your account can be used toward Azure products and services to run Azure Marketplace offers. For example, you can use Azure monetary commitment funds toward the "price" component of a Virtual Machine offer in the Azure Marketplace. However, neither Azure subscription credits nor monetary commitment funds can be applied towards Teradata software ("software price") running on an Azure Virtual Machine. Please see the Microsoft Azure FAQ for more details.

Do Volume License discounts apply to Azure Marketplace purchases?

No. Standard Microsoft volume license discounts do not apply towards Azure Marketplace purchases. Please see the Microsoft Azure FAQ for more details.

How do I pay for Azure Marketplace subscriptions?

Azure Marketplace subscriptions will inherit the same payment method as your Azure subscription and will be billed separately from Azure usage. Please see the Microsoft Azure FAQ for more details.

What is IntelliSphere and why might I want to include it in my database subscription?

Teradata IntelliSphere is a comprehensive software bundle with extraordinarily powerful capabilities to Ingest, Access, Manage, and Deploy analytical ecosystems. An IntelliSphere subscription provides rights to use nearly 10 different Unified Data Architecture (UDA) software products previously licensed separately, such as:

  • Teradata Data Lab
  • Teradata Data Mover
  • Teradata QueryGrid (with Connectors)
  • Teradata Viewpoint (Multiple Teradata Systems)
  • Additional information about this flexible, affordable solution for the Enterprise, Advanced, and Base tiers is available at www.teradata.com/intellisphere.

What partner software is available?

Numerous options exist to provision and deploy ISV partner software in combination with the Teradata solutions on Azure. Many of our partners offer their software on Azure, making it easy for both Teradata and ISV software to be deployed in the same environments. Other options include on-premises partner software connected to Teradata Software for Azure, as well as cloud-to-cloud connectivity between partner cloud environments and Teradata Software for Azure.

When planning to deploy Teradata software in conjunction with partner software on Azure, you should first find the Teradata ISV partner in the Teradata partner network directory and check compatibility with Teradata Database 16.20 or 15.10 as appropriate.

Azure: Deployment

Where is Teradata Software for Azure available?

Teradata Software for Azure is available in all Azure Marketplace regions except for US Gov, US DoD, Germany, and China. We are working to enable our software in these regions.

How do I subscribe to and deploy a product from the Azure Marketplace?

You can find Azure Marketplace offers on https://azuremarketplace.microsoft.com/en-us/marketplace/ or in the Microsoft Azure classic portal. Once logged into the management portal, you can quickly configure, deploy and manage the product similar to Azure cloud services.

Can I choose which Microsoft Azure region(s) my Marketplace purchase will be deployed in?

Yes, you have the option of deploying to any Azure data center region that Teradata enables. You can select data center locations closest to your services to optimize performance and manage budget.

Are there automated deployment options via Azure Solution Templates?

Yes. Teradata has harnessed Azure Solution Templates and Azure Resource Manager templates to help streamline the provisioning process for bringing up the numerous virtual machines (VMs) involved in a Teradata ecosystem. Visit the Azure Getting Started page for more details.

What are the VM deployment considerations between choosing Local or Premium Storage?

Azure offers virtual machines with local storage as well as network attached storage. Storage type should be selected carefully according to the intended use case because there are tradeoffs involved with each choice:

Local Storage

  • Highest performance
  • Highest cost per CPU / TB
  • Lower reliability than Premium Storage
  • Storage is ephemeral (e.g., requires a running instance)
  • Potential for data loss if virtual machine fails
  • Data protection via DSU Backup

Premium Storage

  • Highest reliability
  • Lower performance than local storage
  • Lowest cost per CPU /TB (even with extra charges for Premium Storage)
  • Data persists independent of a running virtual machine, which provides option to shut down nodes between sessions in order to reduce compute costs (lower TCO)

Azure: Backup and Restoration

What is automatic node failure recovery?

Teradata Software for Azure includes automatic node failure recovery capabilities. The recovery capability applies to virtual machines instances using attached storage.

Node failures may be related to hardware, software, or the operating system. When a node fails, Node Failure Recovery:

  • Automatically spins up a virtual hot standby node instance
  • Detaches the attached storage of the failed node
  • Configures a new instance
  • Reattaches the attached storage to the new instance
  • Reinstates the configuration

The replacement node is based off an image recorded when the system is first launched, or an updated image if the proper tools are run after a software upgrade. The replacement node has the same secondary IP, elastic IP, and identifiers as the replaced node. By default, the downed node continues running and can be used for diagnostic purposes.

May I backup and restore to/from Blob Storage?

Yes. In addition to using attached storage, you may directly backup and restore to and from Azure Blob Storage. Using Teradata Data Stream Controller, this capability applies whether the source is a cloud or on-premises Teradata system and also whether the restore target is a cloud or on-premises Teradata system.

The benefit of using low-cost Blob Storage is that you pay only for what you use and storage scales automatically. It is easy to create and manage jobs in Viewpoint for backup and restore at the database or object level, and incremental backup means that only changed blocks are streamed from the database. Multiple parallel data streams between each Teradata node and Blob Storage minimizes backup and restore windows.

Azure: Support

How do I get support?

Included with your paid Teradata subscription on Azure Marketplace is Teradata Premier Cloud Support, which provides 24x7 incident creation for problem resolutions, coverage and response times by customer-defined severity levels, and entitlement to software updates. Teradata Support is the service portal for Teradata Software for Azure.

Premier Cloud Support provides users access to Teradata Customer Service’s 24x7 Service Portal to engage in community forums for sharing ideas and discovering solutions, searching knowledge articles for relevant product and service information, downloading software updates, and accessing the Teradata Support Team for problem resolution.

You must have a Teradata Support account to:

  • Request support from Teradata regarding an incident
  • Download software releases
  • Access educational materials

For general Azure Marketplace issues, please contact Azure Support.

Note: Every Teradata Software for Azure customer must register their Azure account for a Teradata Support account.

How do I do a proof of concept (POC)?

The Teradata Services team is available to assist you in determining the right architecture, configurations, and parameters to address the requirements of your specific use cases – and we encourage prospective users to reach out to their Teradata account team. For new-to-Teradata customers, there are a variety of options available to assist you in your evaluation and section process; please contact us for more information.

What service offerings are available?

The Teradata services team has created a broad set of advisory, training, architectural, implementation, and production services to assist you in your migration to, and use of, Teradata Software for Azure.

What service level can I expect?

Teradata Software for Azure offers all of the same service levels that exist for any Azure VM-hosted offering. We refer you to Azure for details.

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