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Online Training Master Teradata- A Complete Course on Teradata
The course covers the following Topics: Teradata Architecture, Space management and data protection, Data Distribution, Indexing and Explain Plan development, Teradata SQL, Performance turning and query optimization, Teradata utilities and best practices, The course covers teradata in detail with examples- Sessions are theoretical as well as practical. Examples used are from real life project scenarios. Animated and pictorial PPT slides for better understanding of concepts. Very Interactive sessions with best audio and screen sharing. Emphasis on teaching concepts, rather than just covering topics. Practical sessions are done by sharing the Teradata environment on trainers screen and showing the exact way of doing things in Teradata Client Software.
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