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Need to migrate Teradata to Vertica? In this case, Ispirer migration tools and services will be the perfect solution for your project!
Ispirer Toolkit is a high-class software that automatically migrates Teradata to Vertica. It converts the entire database schema (tables and SQL objects), as well as transfers data. Besides, such a challenging and most time-consuming task as database business logic conversion is greatly facilitated due to the power and flexibility of the Ispirer tool. As a result, you significantly reduce overall effort and time for migration. You can check all these features for yourself with the free demo of Ispirer Toolkit. Each project has its own specifics. It may seem impossible to bring migration automation to a high level. With Ispirer it will be a smooth transition. The main advantage of Ispirer Toolkit is the personalization for your migration project. We will add all conversion rules to achieve up to 100% automated migration from your Teradata database to Vertica through customization.
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Ispirer Toolkit automates the migration of database objects from Teradata to Vertica. Both conversion with connection to the source database, as well as conversion of files containing scripts are possible. Ispirer Toolkit supports migration of the following objects: tables, views, functions, procedures, sequences. As a result, each separate database object is converted to its equivalent in Vertica.
If you have your own applications, the Embedded SQL and Database APIs can be converted using either Ispirer Toolkit or Ispirer Service. As a result, they will be able to work with your new Vertica database.
Table and Data Conversion Ispirer Toolkit converts tables with all related objects (indexes, referential integrity constraints) and data to the target Vertica database. All Teradata native data types are converted to the Vertica equivalent. If necessary, the user can change the default settings of data type mapping.
Procedure and Function Conversion Teradata user procedures and functions are converted to UDxs in Java, which are used to deploy Vertica UDF. Each UDx type consists of two classes (one is nested in another). The nested class is the main one, it extends the ScalarFunction class and does the primary work (transformation, aggregation, etc.). The class usually has one method in which the actual work of the source function or procedure is performed. This class is named as the source procedure or function with the appended Factory. The second class is a singleton factory, it extends the ScalarFunctionFactory class. It defines one method that creates instances of the first class, and can define another method to manage parameters. It is named as the source function or procedure. Finally, Java UDx can be deployed to Vertica in the standard way.
Teradata built-in functions and procedures are converted to their equivalents in Java. If there are none, the tool converts them to the methods in a helper class in Java that emulate the same behavior, as well as work just like in the Teradata database.
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Reach the maximum level of automation and quality of conversion from Teradata to Vertica with the help of Ispirer Toolkit! Based on your requirements, the Ispirer team will process all customization requests for your Teradata to Vertica conversion project. We offer several types of Ispirer Toolkit licenses, among which you will find the one that is suitable for you. Each conversion project is considered and discussed separately, prices depend on its scope, duration and complexity.
If you don't want to involve your own resources to move Teradata to Vertica, get Ispirer Migration and Modernization Service and we will deliver you an operational and high-quality end-result on time and at a reasonable price. Apart from professional Analysis, Evaluation, Performance and Testing of your migration, we also provide such services as Code Refactoring, Changing Functionality, and Adding Extra Functionality. Each conversion project is reviewed and discussed separately and the final price is a subject to negotiation.