Why Move to the Cloud?
Cloud databases provide elasticity and shed operations and maintenance costs resulting in significant savings in CAPEX and OPEX.
Modernize IT Infrastructure
Take advantage of modern cloud technology, with all of the benefits of robustness, mature offerings, unprecedented security, and none of the hassles.
It’s Quick and Easy
With Datometry Adaptive Data Virtualization, migrate enterprise data management to the cloud in weeks, not years, without rewriting database applications.
End of Useful Life – Teradata Appliances
As part of an enterprise-wide mandate to move to the cloud, a Global Fortune 500 Telecommunications Provider was re-evaluating their enterprise data management infrastructure. At the same time, their Teradata Data Warehouse installation was approaching the end of its useful life, and they were facing a floor sweep of their data warehouse appliances.
Why the Data Architect Chose Datometry
Hyper-Q enabled the customer to instantly run their existing Teradata applications on Amazon Redshift in just weeks, without rewriting or reconfiguring them.
Why the Business Chose Datometry
Using Datometry Hyper-Q, the customer was able to meet an enterprise-wide mandate to modernize IT infrastructure by taking advantage of cloud technologies.
Datometry Featured Extensively in Gartner Technical Paper
Familiarize Yourself With DBMS Migration Best Practices to Ensure SuccessRead on Gartner
Cloud Databases are a Quantum Leap
Mike Waas, Founder & CEO Datometry, and Peter Burris, Head of Research at SiliconANGLE Media, Inc., discuss how cloud databases are a fundamental change from on-premise systems.
Re-Platforming Data Warehouses – Without Costly Migration Of Applications
When enterprises want to move part or all of their data management to the cloud, the biggest problem isn’t typically to do with compute or storage, nor is it about performance or latency. The biggest barrier is moving the applications that need to use that data…
Datometry Founder & CEO in Exclusive Interview with CEOToday Magazine
Waas answers questions on his long-time interest in commercial database development, his thought process behind creating truly disruptive virtualization technology, solving the challenge of virtualizing databases and data warehouses…