Teradata acquires Stemma to boost AI-based data search for analytics

Teradata has acquired data catalog software provider Stemma to enhance its Vantage self-service analytics platform with Stemma’s AI-based data search and exploration capabilities, it said on Tuesday. 

“Stemma’s automated data catalog capabilities will help Teradata deliver an enhanced user experience designed to accelerate growth in the flourishing area of AI and machine learning-based analytics,” Hillary Ashton, Teradata’s chief product officer, said in a statement. without disclosing the financial terms of the transaction.

Stemma’s software can integrate with data warehouses, business intelligence tools, collaboration software, and security tools, among other things. It has nearly 20 built-in data connectors, which Ashton expects will strengthen Teradata’s data fabric and accelerate the analytics productivity of the Vantage platform. Possible integrations include AWS Athena, AWS Redshift, Google BigQuery, PostgreSQL, Snowflake, dbt, Apache AirFlow, Tableau, Mode Analytics, Looker, Metabase, Slack, Jira, any email provider, Okta, G-Suite, Azure Active Directory, and Duo.

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