Teradata has long distinguished itself not only by its size or performance, but also by its an advanced SQL engine those for handling extremely complex functions such as recursive queries and implicit links, clear syntax and custom logic for parallelizing workloads. The result is that Teradata has long positioned itself for companies facing the toughest analytical problems. And it’s finally aggressively embraced with cloud advantage.
The world’s Redshifts, Synapses, Snowflakes, and BigQuerys were positioned as modern cloud, hyperscale alternatives with pay-as-you-go pricing that should offer more economical alternatives to legacy Teradata platforms. For many, function gaps or requirements to change the source code and / or the schema were the showstoppers for the migration.
Of course there is a startup that believes it has the answer.