Teradata Expands Partnership with Microsoft to Offer its Platform on the Azure Ecosystem

Teradata is forming a global partnership with Microsoft to integrate the Teradata Vantage data platform with Microsoft Azure, enabling businesses seeking to modernize their data analytics workloads to leverage the technology of both companies.

“For decades, Microsoft and Teradata have proven that they are two of the most trusted companies that large enterprises rely on to manage their mission-critical data initiatives,” said Todd Cione, chief revenue officer at Teradata. “This expansion of our partnership reflects the deep commitment both companies have to working together for our customers to successfully execute their cloud strategies and solve the world’s toughest data analytics challenges together.”

Teradata Vantage on Azure is already heavily integrated with the Azure ecosystem, including more than 60 Azure data services.

Many of the world’s largest enterprises, including American Airlines and Siemens Healthineers, trust Teradata Vantage on Azure with their complex and demanding data analytics environments.

From retailers that provide personalized customer experiences to financial services organizations that use automated analytics to track fraud, Teradata Vantage on Azure connects their wide varieties of data sets and enables their thousands of users to make sense of the chaos, according to the vendor.

Teradata Vantage on Azure integrates with Microsoft Power BI, Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics, and more than 60 Azure data services to deliver customers features such as:

  • Low-risk migration path to modernize data analytics on Vantage and Azure
  • Connected solution to tackle the most complex analytics scenarios to support flexible, end-to-end data integration and management, high query volumes and diverse workloads, and sub-second response times

“Turning data into business-critical insights has become essential for organizations committed to serving evolving market needs with resilience, sustainability, and efficiency,” said Judson Althoff, executive vice president and chief commercial officer, Microsoft. “Teradata and Microsoft are combining their data, AI and cloud capabilities to help teams across industries and professions make data-driven decisions faster.”

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