Teradata launches Loom 2.5 and new version of RainStor

Teradata has launched Teradata Loom 2.5, Teradata RainStor version 7 and announced multi-year commitment to contribute to Presto’s open source development.

Teradata has unveiled Loom 2.5, a solution for data lake management to help prevent data lakes from being inaccessible and ungovernable.

With Teradata Loom, users can easily find, access, and analyze data in data lakes which helps in generation of new business insights.

The company said besides enhancing data lake security, Teradata Loom also speeds data access, and enables better integration with the customer’s analytical ecosystem.

Teradata Loom offers automatic authentication and authorization for users with permission to view and edit specific metadata.

Users can also flag data that is important and add documentation and comments with user personalization.

Whereas the company has launched Teradata RainStor version 7 for enterprise data archiving to respond to the rapidly changing enterprise requirements created by the rise of big data.

RainStor is available on Hadoop and can meet the demands of the customer including strict regulatory compliance and the integrated analysis of historical data.

According to the Teradata, RainStor is an online, SQL-based, enterprise class data archive solution which reduces the footprint and costs of archiving, provides immutable data storage, and helps meet regulatory, and compliance needs.

Additionally, RainStor provides a cost effective means of storing data in a minimal hardware footprint.

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Meanwhile, Teradata has announced its multi-year commitment to contribute to Presto’s open source development and provides commercial support.

Teradata will advance Presto’s modern code base, proven scalability, iterative querying, and the ability to query multiple data repositories.

Companies can extract insights from data lakes and leverage those insights across their entire analytical ecosystem.

Presto complements Teradata QueryGridTM software and fits within the Teradata Unified Data Architecture vision.

Few days ago, Teradata announced Teradata REST Services (Representative State Transfer) offering an agile and easy interface to a Teradata Database from any device for insights that support data driven decisions.

Shilpa Khatri

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