Difference between Teradata and MS SQL Server

1. Teradata :
Teradata is an RDBMS that is produced by Teradata Corp. And it is used to manage large data warehousing operations. Teradata Corporation is a provider of database and analytics-related software, products, and services. It accepts the number of requests from multiple client applications.

2. MS SQL Server :
Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) which is platform dependent and it is both GUI and command based software. It supports a wide variety of transaction processing, business intelligence and analytics applications in corporate IT environments. It was developed by Microsoft Corporation and initially released on April 24, 1989. It is written in C and C++ languages.



Difference between Teradata and MS SQL Server :

Teradata MS SQL Server
It is developed by Teradata Corp. in 1984. Developed by Microsoft Corporation and initially released on April 24, 1989.
The primary database model for Teradata is Relational DBMS The primary database model for MS SQL Server is Relational DBMS.
It is written in C and C++. It is also written in C and C++.
The license for Teradata is Open Source. The license for MS SQL Server is Commercial.
It does not support XML data format. It supports XML data format.
Teradata is schema free. In MS SQL Server the data schema is Fixed.
It supports Map Reduce method. It does not supports Map Reduce method.
It supports both Master-Slave Replication and Master-Master Replication. It supports Master-Slave Replication.
It provide fine grained access rights according to SQL-standard. It provides access rights for users and roles.

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