RSS Feeds makes it easy for you to access the constantly updated content about data warehousing and big data analytics you need the most. Subscribe to RSS feeds which alert you when new content has been published in your area of interest.


Sign up for Teradata RSS feeds

Select topic... Copy the URL to your RSS Reader... ...or click a button
 Blog Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Sentient Enterprise Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Analyst Reports Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Articles Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Events Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 News Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Brochures Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Case Studies Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Demos Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Videos Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Podcasts Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Social Feed Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 Web Seminars Add to My Yahoo! RSS
 White Papers Add to My Yahoo! RSS
To select RSS feeds for specific Drivers and Connectivity Software or the Teradata Toolbox, visit the Download Center and choose the type you need.
To view RSS feeds through an RSS reader
1. Choose a topic of interest.
2. Copy and paste the URL text to your RSS reader.

To view RSS feeds through a My Yahoo! account
1. Click the button "Add to My Yahoo."
2. Follow the directions for adding the RSS feed to your My Yahoo! page

What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based web-content syndication format used for content distribution. Teradata University Network uses RSS feeds to deliver updated events, news and content to subscribers. It's a quick, convenient way to be notified when content that interests you appears on Teradata University Network.

How do you use RSS?

To take advantage of Teradata University Network's RSS capabilities, you should download a special RSS news reader that allows you to collect and display RSS feeds. Many free options are available, including:
NetNewsWire (Mac)
Firefox (browser with integrated RSS features)
NewsGator (web-based aggregator and Microsoft Outlook integrated aggregator) 
FeedDemon (desktop aggregator)
Pluck (IE integrated RSS aggregator)
SharpReader (desktop aggregator)
YouSubscribe (Outlook integrated aggregator)  
Whenever you see this RSS button, you'll be able to link to an RSS feed via your RSS reader.
An alternative method to downloading a dedicated news reader is to use a web-based news reader. For example, My Yahoo! users can now add RSS feeds directly to their personal page.