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SQL-MapReduce is a framework created by Teradata Aster to allow developers to write powerful and highly expressive SQL-MapReduce functions in languages such as Java, C#, Python, C++, and R and push them into the discovery platform for high performance analytics. Analysts can then invoke SQL-MapReduce functions using standard SQL or R through Aster Database, the first discovery platform that allows applications to be fully embedded within the database engine to enable ultra-fast, deep analysis of massive data sets.
Teradata IntelliFlex delivers real-time intelligence to place vital data into the hands of front-line decision makers, while extending traditional data warehouse functionality into the realm of tactical decision making. With IntelliFlex, you can combine both these strategic and operational workloads in a single data warehouse.
Aster Data Map Reduce is ranked 16th in Data Warehouse with 2 reviews while Teradata IntelliFlex is ranked 18th in Data Warehouse. Aster Data Map Reduce is rated 7.6, while Teradata IntelliFlex is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Aster Data Map Reduce writes "Has good base product functionality of data storage and analytics but there should be an option to use it on the cloud ". On the other hand, Aster Data Map Reduce is most compared with Oracle Exadata and Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics, whereas Teradata IntelliFlex is most compared with Teradata, Teradata Cloud Data Warehouse, Oracle Exadata and Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics.
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