Teradata Hybrid Cloud

Hybrid cloud analytics spanning on-premises and cloud

Have a Hybrid
Cloud Strategy?

More than 90 percent of Teradata customers surveyed aim to have a hybrid cloud architecture – the combination of on-premises and cloud deployment, whether public cloud, private cloud, or multi-cloud.

The Teradata approach is a true hybrid cloud solution that isn’t simply data and analytic software existing in multiple places as separate silos, but rather an integrated ecosystem. Business analysts and data scientists can easily access all the data and get the same answers regardless of where users or data reside.

What is hybrid cloud?
Hybrid Cloud Options

Hybrid, multi-cloud analytics

With the same powerful Teradata Vantage software for each cloud and on-premises deployment option, Teradata takes a pragmatic approach to hybrid cloud analytics and multi-cloud deployment. Read whitepaper
A Flexible Future

Pragmatic, long-term approach

Teradata offers an unmatched range of infrastructure and subscription options, providing the flexibility to design a hybrid cloud architecture to meet current and future needs. Silos are eliminated, and each ecosystem component works together seamlessly for an integrated, complete view of your business. Download brief
Hybrid Cloud Benefits

Agility, resiliency, and availability

In addition to supporting existing data repositories as well as new sources and types, hybrid cloud deployment enables customers to quickly adjust as needed. Moving users and use cases is simple when the same Teradata software, features, and services are available everywhere. Download datasheet
Use Case: Cloud Data Lab If a department, data scientists, or business analyst, wants to explore new analytics solutions and applications, a hybrid cloud environment easily enables a data subset from the production environment to be compartmentalized in a cloud data lab serving as a workspace sandbox for testing new ideas.

For example, if sales leadership wants to explore data on how account executives are selling as it relates to campaign data from marketing, they can easily spin up a cloud data lab, access only the information that’s needed, and connect to production data when necessary. Teradata workload management ensures that sales team users don’t impact the performance experienced by others.
Use Case: Cloud Disaster Recovery Another case for a hybrid cloud architecture is ensuring the ability to continue business operations in the event of a disaster. A hybrid cloud setup makes it easy for an organization to have redundant capabilities between its on-premises data center and a second cloud-based system.

One benefit of using the cloud for disaster recovery is the ability to only pay for what is used. Customers can cost-effectively back up production data as often as desired and only pay for storage. If the primary system goes down, cloud compute resources may be spun up and analytic queries and applications quickly redirected to the cloud disaster recovery system.

Benefits to consider when exploring hybrid cloud solutions:

Cost Reduction

Could moving some of your data, users, and workloads to the cloud help save money?

Data Access

Would a hybrid solution make it easier for internal users to access analytics?

Consistency

Might cloud capacity help augment existing resources to mitigate seasonal variation?

Risk Mitigation

Would a hybrid cloud architecture help when planning for resiliency or a disaster?

Usability and Satisfaction

Will business analysts and data scientists have higher satisfaction with hybrid cloud?

Cloud Mandate Compliance

Could hybrid cloud be a low-risk approach to quickly fulfilling a cloud mandate?

What’s your hybrid cloud strategy?

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