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        TEOCO

        Discussion of TEOCO’s use of database and analytic technology.

        September 17, 2008

        More mysteries regarding Oracle CDR load speed

        Last spring, DATAllegro user John Devolites of TEOCO told me of troubles his firm had had loading CDRs (Call Detail Records) into Oracle, and how those had been instrumental in his eventual adoption of DATAllegro. That claim was contemptously challenged in a couple of comment threads.

        Well, tonight at the Netezza user conference, Netezza gave awards to its first customers. The very first to accept was Jim Hayden, who’d bought Netezza for a company called Vibrant Solutions, which coincidentally was later acquired by TEOCO itself. In front of hundreds of people, he talked about how, back in 2003, it had taken 23 hours to load 400 million CDRs into Oracle on Nextel’s behalf, but only 40 minutes on Netezza.

        And I’ll erase the rest of what I’d drafted here, as it was dripping in sarcasm …

        May 23, 2008

        Data warehouse appliance power user TEOCO

        If you had to name super-high-end users of data warehouse technology, your list might start with a few retailers, credit data processors, and telcos, plus the US intelligence establishment. Well, it turns out that TEOCO runs outsourced data warehouses for several of the top US telcos, making it one of the top data warehouse technology users around.

        A few weeks ago, I had a fascinating chat with John Devolites of TEOCO. Highlights included:

        May 8, 2008

        Outsourced data marts

        Call me slow on the uptake if you like, but it’s finally dawned on me that outsourced data marts are a nontrivial segment of the analytics business. For example:

        To a first approximation, here’s what I think is going on. Read more

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