Teradata Named a Cloud Database Management Leader In The 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems
Teradata (NYSE: TDC), the cloud data analytics platform company, today announced it has been recognized as a Leader in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems, issued November 23, 2020 by analysts Donald Feinberg, Merv Adrian, Rick Greenwald, Adam Ronthal and Henry Cook. Gartner evaluates vendors placed in the Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems on completeness of vision and ability to execute following detailed research.
In tandem, Teradata Vantage – the company’s hybrid multi-cloud data analytics software platform – was also recognized with the highest scores in three out of four use cases in the 2020 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Cloud Database Management Systems for Analytical Use Cases, issued November 24, 2020 by analysts Henry Cook, Donald Feinberg, Merv Adrian, Rick Greenwald, and Adam Ronthal. Among the 16 vendors evaluated, Teradata ranked highest in three out of four analytical uses cases – Traditional Data Warehouse, Logical Data Warehouse, and Data Science Exploration/Deep Learning – and ranked second in Operational Intelligence.
“Teradata is committed to providing the best enterprise data analytics in the cloud – period. This means offering our customers a modern data analytics platform that can handle the large and complex workloads that Teradata is known for, and flexible deployment options that don’t limit choice or lock them in,” said Steve McMillan, CEO, Teradata. “
We’re the only data warehouse and analytics provider with hybrid multi-cloud offerings across the top three public cloud vendors, providing the same software, features, and experience regardless of environment. This recognition from Gartner validates the strength of our cloud position and further underscores the commitment to our customers to meet them wherever they are on their cloud journey.”
Teradata’s unique hybrid and multi-cloud offerings have become critical differentiators in the Cloud Database Management Systems market. According to Gartner, “The capability to work across intercloud, multicloud and hybrid is increasingly important. This will likely become a prerequisite for these systems.”