Teradata Vantage on Google Cloud Pricing

Pricing for As-a-Service in the Cloud

Tired of managing infrastructure?

Vantage on Google Cloud provides secure, scalable, single-tenant environments where Teradata provisions and maintains the system in Google Cloud. Customers can focus on answers, not IT.

Pay only for what’s provisioned, eliminating large capital outlays and removing risk. Subscriptions include Vantage software, Google Cloud infrastructure, and environment management.

Teradata Vantage on Google Cloud – Flex Capacity Pricing

Engine Instance Base
Hourly ($ USD)
Advanced
Hourly ($ USD)
Enterprise
Hourly ($ USD)
Advanced SQL Engine n1-highmem-16 (Small) $5.00 $7.32  $8.88 
n1-highmem-32 (Medium) $6.66 $9.77 $11.84
n1-highmem-64 (Large) $9.99 $14.65 $17.77
n1-highmem-96 (XLarge) $13.33 $19.53 $23.69
Storage Primary (TB CDS) $0.291 $0.291 $0.291
Backup (TB Raw) $0.034 $0.034 $0.034
  • $ USD hourly prices are effective rates for comparison purposes based on a 3-year subscription; services not sold on an hourly basis.
  • Storage (primary and backup) is priced separate from compute; minimum subscription is for 3.3 TB CDS per instance for primary storage.
  • Minimum subscription size is 2 instances; effective $ USD pricing for 1 instance in the U.S. shown above.
  • Available Google Cloud regions: Oregon, Los Angeles, Iowa, South Carolina, Montreal, Frankfurt, London, and Sydney.
  • Benefits
  • Features
Performance

Maximize resource efficiency and get maximum return on investment.

As-a-service

Teradata handles setup, monitoring, maintenance, and premium cloud support.

Security

Enjoy peace of mind – and avoid being the next news headline.

Responsiveness

Get prompt feedback and accurate answers to questions – right away.

Availability

Enjoy higher uptime, more productive users, and greater business continuity.

Pricing

Flexible, metered pricing makes it easy to monitor and manage costs.

Operations

Focus on answers, not infrastructure – and always be on the latest release.

Leverage

Squeeze more productivity out of existing investments in training and integration.

Secure Environment

Implemented to rigorous GDPR, PCI, HIPAA, SOC 1 and 2, and ISO 27001 standards.

Network Connectivity

Choose from VPC Network Peering and site-to-site Virtual Private Network (VPN).

Platform Choice

Select from multiple virtual machine sizes and easily move between them.

System Maintenance

We handle it all, including patch management, software upgrades, and daily backups.

System Administration

Relax, we monitor and manage your analytics platform environment for you.

Ecosystem Software

Enterprise analytics require more than just Teradata – and we can help you optimize the entire ecosystem.

Elastic Scalability

Quickly scale up, down, out, and in to meet nearly any performance requirement.

Onboarding Services

Get up and running quickly with provisioning assistance and validation.

Why Vantage on Google Cloud?

Teradata provisions and maintains powerful Vantage software using standard Google Cloud infrastructure so that customers can focus on answers, not IT. Customers enjoy a powerful, flexible cloud environment on the latest software – and Teradata takes care of the details.

Most importantly, Vantage on Google Cloud delivers the same Vantage software available everywhere, which makes it seamless to migrate workloads from one environment to another. De-risk deployment decisions with Vantage on Google Cloud.

Fallback and Redundancy

Vantage on Google Cloud leverages the Fallback feature to ensure that data is duplicated across nodes, protecting against the loss of data in the event of a virtual machine failure. Vantage uses Google Persistent Disk for persistent storage, ensuring data safety even if the attached instance fails. This provides redundancy like RAID mirroring in on-premises deployments. When using Persistent Disk, the data disks are encrypted by default; it is also possible to encrypt the root drive.

Node Failure Recovery

Vantage on Google Cloud includes Node Failure Recovery, which automatically detects a failed virtual machine without administrative involvement and will substitute a newly provisioned replacement node. Because storage is provided by Persistent Disk, it is separate from the nodes and persists even when an instance fails. The storage volumes are automatically detached from the failed node and attached to the newly provisioned instance, which avoids data loss. If desired, hot standby nodes are available.

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