Change data capture
Data staging and change data capture processes
The case for making the move
The cloud now offers attractive options with better economics such as pay-as-you-go, which is easier to justify and budget, improved logistics, and better scale (elasticity and the ability to expand a cluster within minutes).
Many enterprises fully embrace cloud data warehousing, making it accessible across their current infrastructure and data ecosystems. Others adopt a secondary platform for disaster recovery and offloading analytic and data transformation workloads.
Many enterprises are adopting a secondary platform for purposes such as disaster recovery and offloading analytic and data transformation workloads. The EDW can serve as an asset, coexisting and spanning both on-premises and in the cloud—whether public, managed, or private cloud. In some cases, organizations consider load balancing by moving integration or analytic workloads off on-premises EDWs to an EDW in the cloud. With a hybrid architecture, a company has many choices and doesn’t have to abandon one in favor of the other.
Teradata has a robust hybrid cloud capability and offering. Customers can use cloud bursting to dynamically scale capacity among multiple EDW environments on-premises or in the cloud.
Data synchronization is the key to making most hybrid cloud use cases work. A hybrid cloud architecture allows organizations to enter cloud-based data warehousing to solve workload, performance, compliance, and disaster recovery.