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Teradata 14 Certification Study Guide - Enterprise Architecture

By David Glenday, Steve Wilmes
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The Teradata Certification Enterprise Architecture Study Guide is designed for those who are interested in becoming a Teradata Certified Enterprise Architect. Through detailed examples, and explanations this guide prepares the reader to take the Teradata 14 Enterprise Architecture Exam.

  • Database Architecture
  • Connectivity Options and Protocols
  • Logical and Physical Modeling
  • Security Techniques and Options
  • Workload Management
  • Application Development Approaches
  • System Planning and Space Management
  • Data Integration
  • Information Delivery Strategies
  • Data Migration and Governance
  • Master Data Management
  • Measuring, Improving, and Maintaining Performance

The Teradata 14 Certification Study Guides are the only Teradata authorized study publications. Cerulium Corporation partners with Teradata and the Teradata Certified Professional Program to author the Teradata 14 Certification Study Guides.

Teradata Certified Enterprise Architect

“A successful candidate has knowledge and skills necessary to design enterprise data warehouse architectures with rigor centered around the Teradata environment. This includes information management, optimization, data integration (data source to database target), data protection, data governance, and information delivery strategies. This candidate will incorporate the features of Teradata to ensure integrity and optimum performance.”*

Teradata Certification Enterprise Architecture Exam TEO-146 is required for:

  • Teradata Certified Enterprise Architect
  • Teradata Certified Master

Author:
David Glenday, Steve Wilmes
Binding:
Paperback
Condition Type:
New
Edition :
1
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Page:
339
Publisher:
Cerulium Corporation
Year:
2014