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Teradata

Teradata Online Training

What is Teradata

Teradata is a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) for the world’s largest commercial databases. Teradata can store data upto Teradata bytes in size. This makes the Teradata as a market leader in data warehousing applications.

Who is Eligible:

Any Graduates/Post Graduates are eligible.
Anyone having knowledge in Data Warehousing technologies.
Any technical background consultants are eligible to learn Teradata Online Training.

  • 1

    Architecture overview

    20:56
  • 2

    Topology and terminology

    20:56
  • 3

    Teradata Basic Concepts

    20:56
  • 4

    Topology and terminology – Express

    20:56
  • 5

    Main themes, product packaging and development tools

    20:56
  • 6

    Overview of new features

    20:56
  • 1

    Installation overview

    20:56
  • 2

    Profiles – details

    20:56
  • 3

    V6 Install – Network deployment and express

    20:56
  • 4

    Web server plug-in installation

    20:56
  • 5

    Web sphere Application Server V6 migration

    20:56
  • 1

    System management architecture

    20:56
  • 2

    Resource scoping

    20:56
  • 3

    Configuration repository

    20:56
  • 4

    File synchronization

    20:56
  • 5

    Administrative clients overview

    20:56
  • 6

    Browser-based administrative console

    20:56
  • 7

    Start/stop/monitor processes

    20:56
  • 9

    Build cell – add / remove nodes

    20:56
  • 10

    Cell, deployment manager, node and node agent

    20:56
  • 11

    Export and import configuration archives

    20:56
  • 12

    Manage generic servers

    20:56
  • 13

    Manage node groups

    20:56
  • 14

    Application management overview

    20:56
  • 15

    Application management install and uninstall

    20:56
  • 16

    Application management Lab – install application

    20:56
  • 17

    Managed application resources – enhanced EARs

    20:56
  • 18

    Lab – enhanced EAR files

    20:56
  • 19

    Fine -grained application update

    20:56
  • 20

    Lab – application update

    20:56
  • 21

    JDBC management

    20:56
  • 22

    Manage Web server nodes

    20:56
  • 24

    WRD deployment automation

    20:56
  • 25

    Administrative security

    20:56
  • 1

    Overview and architecture

    20:56
  • 2

    J2EE security for applications

    20:56
  • 3

    Data Dictionary Objects

    20:56
  • 4

    Java 2 security for applications

    20:56
  • 7

    Security for system administrator

    20:56
  • 8

    Authentication mechanism and user registries

    20:56
  • 9

    Adding security fir J2C/JDBC resources

    20:56
  • 10

    Adding security for JMS resources

    20:56
  • 3

    Configuration service integration bus resources

    20:56
  • 4

    Configuring JMS resources for service integration bus

    20:56
  • 5

    Workload management(WLM) and high availability (HA)

    20:56
  • 1

    Administrative details

    20:56
  • 2

    Data replication services(DRS)

    20:56
  • 3

    High Availability Overview

    20:56
  • 4

    High Availability Details And High Availability

    20:56
  • 1

    lass loader Overview

    20:56
  • 4

    lass loader Overview

    20:56
  • 5

    Problem determination and best practice

    20:56
  • 6

    Dynamic application reload

    20:56
  • 11

    JNDI Problem determination

    20:56
  • 12

    Transport channel service

    20:56
  • 1

    Application server performance overview

    20:56
  • 2

    Web sphere Application Server dynamic cache

    20:56
  • 3

    Performance advisor and Tivoli Performance Viewer(TPV)

    20:56
  • 4

    Request metrics

    20:56
  • 1

    Overview – where to start

    20:56
  • 2

    Log files overview

    20:56
  • 3

    Loading and tracing

    20:56
  • 4

    Log and trace analyzer

    20:56
  • 5

    Hung thread detection

    20:56
  • 6

    Generating an IBM heap dump

    20:56
  • 7

    Connection leak diagnostics

    20:56
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