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Teradata Assigned Two Patents

Autonomous workload management in analytic platform, caching objects from data store

Autonomous workload management in analytic platform
Teradata US, Inc., San Diego, CA, has been assigned a patent (11531657) developed by Sankaran, Naveen Thaliyil, Hyderabad, India, Arora, Lovlean, Punjab, India, Maity, Sourabh, Howrah, India, Chimanchode, Jaiprakash G., Hyderabad, India, Brobst, Stephen Andrew, Henderson, NV, Ramesh, Bhashyam, Secunderabad, India, and Brown, Douglas P., Rancho Santa Fe, CA, for an autonomous workload management in an analytic platform.

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: “A data store system may include at least one storage device to store a plurality of data and at least one processor with access to the storage device. The at least one processor may receive a plurality of features associated with an environment. The at least one processor may further generate a representation of the environment based on the plurality of features. The at least one processor may further generate a plurality of predicted future s of the environment based on the representation. The at least one processor may further generate at least one action to be performed by the environment based on the plurality of predicted future s. The at least one processor may provide the at least one action to the environment to be performed. A method and computer-readable medium are also disclosed.

The patent application was filed on 2019-11-13 (16/683183).

Caching objects from data store
Teradata US, Inc., San Diego, CA, has been assigned a patent (11520789) developed by Xiang, Yang, San Diego, CA, for “caching objects from a data store.”

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: “In some examples, a database management node updates object metadata with indicators of access frequencies of a plurality of objects in a data store that is remotely accessible by the database management node over a network. The database management node selects a subset of the plurality of objects based on the indicators, and caches the subset in the local storage.

The patent application was filed on 2020-07-01 (16/918028).

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