Teradata to Snowflake Migration
Migrating databases is a complex and highly technical undertaking — with long stretches of the process, such as SQL translation and data replication, that can also be repetitive and highly manual.
Whether due to lack of expertise or lack of manpower, it’s easy for inexperienced staff to grow overwhelmed — resulting in developers and data scientists focusing on platform and application health, rather than the next use case. And ultimately, that leads to eroding trust in the migration and, ultimately, in the platform itself.
At phData, we’ve helped customers with a wide range of workloads and use cases make the jump from Teradata from Snowflake. And from that experience, we’ve built a suite of proprietary tools and processes to make your migration as smooth and painless as possible — setting your Snowflake implementation to succeed from day one.
More automation = fewer migration headaches
Over years of doing Teradata migrations, we’ve developed automation and software such as SQLMorph, Cloud Foundation, and Tram, that allow us to accelerate your move to Snowflake.
Migrate with confidence
By eliminating highly manual, error-prone processes — such as translating SQL for Snowflake — our automation ensures consistent results, which in turn reduces errors and boosts confidence in the new platform. And with our experts behind you, bringing expertise from countless Teradata migrations, you know you’re in good hands.
Migrate for lower cost
Our automation also reduces the overall costs of the migration. There’s no need to hire dozens of offshore engineers to translate all that SQL when you’ve got reliable software at your fingertips that can automate the entire process.
Why Migrate to Snowflake with phData?
Snowflake is rapidly taking the enterprise data warehouse by storm. The ability to scale up and down along with the continuous innovation without long install, configuration, and upgrade cycles required by traditional packaged vendors is an attractive offering.
Variable workloads are Snowflakes differentiator: