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TERADATA Online Training Details
Track Regular Track Weekend Track Fast Track
Course Duration 35 Hrs 8 Weekends 5 Days
Hours 1hr/day 2 Hours a day 6 Hours a day
Training Mode Online Classroom Online Classroom Online Classroom
Delivery Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live


Course Curriculum

TeraData Online Training Details

TERADATA Architecture

  • The biggest strength of the Teradata is the parallelism, so the architecture of it is designed in such a way to keep this strength in mind. Teradata is unique from other databases because of its unique architecture. In this module, you will learn, main components of TeraData Architecture (PE, AMP, BYNET)
  • Parsing Engine(PE)
  • Request and Response Parcel
  • Access Module Processors (AMPs)
  • Bynet
  • Data access Handling
  • TD (TeraData) Config Utilities
  • Config and Reconfig

Teradata Database Space

  • Teradata is designed in such a fashion, to reduce the DBA’s administrative functions when it comes to space management. In this module, we will let you know, how many ways, Space is configured in Teradata.
  • Permanent Space
  • Spool Space
  • Temp Space
  • Indexes

Teradata DBC Dictionary Tables

  • The Teradata Database Data Dictionary is composed of tables and views that reside in the system user named DBC. The tables are reserved for use by the system and contain metadata about the objects in the system, privileges, system events, and system usage. This module trains you on different types of views and how to track logs (LOGON, LOGOFF).
  • Data dictionary
  • Parsing Engine
  • System Views
  • Database Views
  • DBC Users View
  • Indices View
  • All Temp Tables View
  • Using DBC AMP Usage
  • Using DBC Table Size
  • Logon and Logoff Tracking

Teradata Access Rights, Roles, Profiles

  • Roles are generally used to access rights, while profiles are used to maintain user parameters / environment settings like spool space, account string etc.
  • Access rights (Auto, implicit, Explicit Rights)
  • Roles and Profiles
  • Creating Roles and Profiles
  • DBC.RoleInfo
  • DBC.ProfileInfo

Teradata DBSize Control

  • The following are the different DBS Control fields that you will learn in this module.
  • DBS Control record -General Fields
  • DBS Control record – File system Fields
  • DBS Control record – Performance Fields
  • DBS Control record – Performance Columns

Teradata Query Analysis And Tools

  • The Teradata Database Optimizer analyzes steps required to execute each query, then chooses the most efficient path that returns answers in the minimal amount of time.
  • Database Query Log (DBQL)
  • DBQL Tables and Views
  • Access Logging
  • Statistics Wizard
  • Index Wizard
  • TSET

System Access Control Levels

  • Teradata Database privileges for system-level access control are granted by administrators to databases and users (they cannot be defined on any database object).
  • TD (TeraData) Password Encryption
  • Password Security Features
  • Host Logon Processing
  • GRANT/REVOKE LOGON
  • Session Related Views
  • DBC.sessionInfo Info View
  • Data Access Info Views
  • Access LogRules Views
  • Access Log Views

Priority Scheduler

  • Priority Scheduler is a workload-management facility that controls access to system resources by the different active jobs in Teradata Database. In this module, you will learn how to define different priorities for different categories of work, and comes with a number of flexible options.
  • PS (Priority Scheduler) Partition Hierarchy PSH Def
  • Resource Partition Examples
  • Multiple resource Partition Example
  • Scheduling Policies

Performance Periods

TD Manager

  • Learn, How to Start TD manager, Manager App and also how to connect to the Dashboard..
  • TD Manager Apps
  • TD Dashboard
  • Priority Scheduler Admin
  • TD Manager Service
  • Starting TD Manager
  • Enable Data Collection

Monitoring Tools In TeraData

  • Several facilities exist for monitoring and controlling system performance. In this module, we’ll discuss about various aspects of monitoring Teradata Database, including the monitoring tools used to track system and performance issues.
  • Performance Monitor
  • PMON Main window
  • PMON sessions Screen
  • TD Administrator
  • TD manager Dynamic Utilization Charting
  • Alert Facility and Viewer
  • Locking Logger

TD (TeraData) Remote Console Utilities

  • This module describes how to start Teradata Database utilities. Teradata Database offers several user interfaces from which the utilities may be started and run.
  • Starting DB Window
  • QRYCONFIG
  • QRYSESSN
  • RCVMANAGER
  • SHOWLOCKS
  • VPROCMANAGER
  • SHOWSPACE
  • SHOWBLOCKS
  • PACKDISK
  • SCANDISK

Archiving Data

  • This course module includes in Archive/Recovery utility (ARC), working with BAR application software, writes and reads sequential files on a Teradata client system to archive, restore, recover, and copy Teradata Database table data.
  • Archive and Recovery Statements
  • Recovery vs. FastLoad
  • Invoking Archive
  • Restart Log
  • ANALYZE Statement
  • Archive, Database DBC Archive
  • Indexes option
  • Database DBC Archive
  • Archive and Recovery (ARC) Examples

Restoring Data

  • Restore a database, individual database object, or selected row partitions to Teradata Database from an archived file. Learn, how to copy tables, restore and performe release lock.
  • Restore
  • COPY
  • Copying Tables
  • BUILD
  • RELEASE LOCK

Practice Test & Interview Questions

TeraData project

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Course Curriculum

TeraData Online Training Details

TERADATA Architecture

  • The biggest strength of the Teradata is the parallelism, so the architecture of it is designed in such a way to keep this strength in mind. Teradata is unique from other databases because of its unique architecture. In this module, you will learn, main components of TeraData Architecture (PE, AMP, BYNET)
  • Parsing Engine(PE)
  • Request and Response Parcel
  • Access Module Processors (AMPs)
  • Bynet
  • Data access Handling
  • TD (TeraData) Config Utilities
  • Config and Reconfig

Teradata Database Space

  • Teradata is designed in such a fashion, to reduce the DBA’s administrative functions when it comes to space management. In this module, we will let you know, how many ways, Space is configured in Teradata.
  • Permanent Space
  • Spool Space
  • Temp Space
  • Indexes

Teradata DBC Dictionary Tables

  • The Teradata Database Data Dictionary is composed of tables and views that reside in the system user named DBC. The tables are reserved for use by the system and contain metadata about the objects in the system, privileges, system events, and system usage. This module trains you on different types of views and how to track logs (LOGON, LOGOFF).
  • Data dictionary
  • Parsing Engine
  • System Views
  • Database Views
  • DBC Users View
  • Indices View
  • All Temp Tables View
  • Using DBC AMP Usage
  • Using DBC Table Size
  • Logon and Logoff Tracking

Teradata Access Rights, Roles, Profiles

  • Roles are generally used to access rights, while profiles are used to maintain user parameters / environment settings like spool space, account string etc.
  • Access rights (Auto, implicit, Explicit Rights)
  • Roles and Profiles
  • Creating Roles and Profiles
  • DBC.RoleInfo
  • DBC.ProfileInfo

Teradata DBSize Control

  • The following are the different DBS Control fields that you will learn in this module.
  • DBS Control record -General Fields
  • DBS Control record – File system Fields
  • DBS Control record – Performance Fields
  • DBS Control record – Performance Columns

Teradata Query Analysis And Tools

  • The Teradata Database Optimizer analyzes steps required to execute each query, then chooses the most efficient path that returns answers in the minimal amount of time.
  • Database Query Log (DBQL)
  • DBQL Tables and Views
  • Access Logging
  • Statistics Wizard
  • Index Wizard
  • TSET

System Access Control Levels

  • Teradata Database privileges for system-level access control are granted by administrators to databases and users (they cannot be defined on any database object).
  • TD (TeraData) Password Encryption
  • Password Security Features
  • Host Logon Processing
  • GRANT/REVOKE LOGON
  • Session Related Views
  • DBC.sessionInfo Info View
  • Data Access Info Views
  • Access LogRules Views
  • Access Log Views

Priority Scheduler

  • Priority Scheduler is a workload-management facility that controls access to system resources by the different active jobs in Teradata Database. In this module, you will learn how to define different priorities for different categories of work, and comes with a number of flexible options.
  • PS (Priority Scheduler) Partition Hierarchy PSH Def
  • Resource Partition Examples
  • Multiple resource Partition Example
  • Scheduling Policies

Performance Periods

TD Manager

  • Learn, How to Start TD manager, Manager App and also how to connect to the Dashboard..
  • TD Manager Apps
  • TD Dashboard
  • Priority Scheduler Admin
  • TD Manager Service
  • Starting TD Manager
  • Enable Data Collection

Monitoring Tools In TeraData

  • Several facilities exist for monitoring and controlling system performance. In this module, we’ll discuss about various aspects of monitoring Teradata Database, including the monitoring tools used to track system and performance issues.
  • Performance Monitor
  • PMON Main window
  • PMON sessions Screen
  • TD Administrator
  • TD manager Dynamic Utilization Charting
  • Alert Facility and Viewer
  • Locking Logger

TD (TeraData) Remote Console Utilities

  • This module describes how to start Teradata Database utilities. Teradata Database offers several user interfaces from which the utilities may be started and run.
  • Starting DB Window
  • QRYCONFIG
  • QRYSESSN
  • RCVMANAGER
  • SHOWLOCKS
  • VPROCMANAGER
  • SHOWSPACE
  • SHOWBLOCKS
  • PACKDISK
  • SCANDISK

Archiving Data

  • This course module includes in Archive/Recovery utility (ARC), working with BAR application software, writes and reads sequential files on a Teradata client system to archive, restore, recover, and copy Teradata Database table data.
  • Archive and Recovery Statements
  • Recovery vs. FastLoad
  • Invoking Archive
  • Restart Log
  • ANALYZE Statement
  • Archive, Database DBC Archive
  • Indexes option
  • Database DBC Archive
  • Archive and Recovery (ARC) Examples

Restoring Data

  • Restore a database, individual database object, or selected row partitions to Teradata Database from an archived file. Learn, how to copy tables, restore and performe release lock.
  • Restore
  • COPY
  • Copying Tables
  • BUILD
  • RELEASE LOCK

Practice Test & Interview Questions

TeraData project

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