Use Teradata Studio/Express on Apple Mac M1/M2
Author: Satish Chinthanippu
Last updated: September 1st, 2022
This how-to goes through the installation of Teradata Studio and Teradata Studio Express on Apple Mac M1/M2 machines.
Install and enable Rosetta binary translator. Follow the Apple Mac M1 Rosetta Installation Guide.
Download and Install a x64-based JDK 11 from your preferred vendor. For example, you can download x64 JDK 11 from Azul
Download the latest Teradata Studio or Teradata Studio Express release from the Teradata Downloads page:
Install the Teradata Studio/Teradata Studio Express. Refer to Teradata Studio and Teradata Studio Express Installation Guide for details.
Apple has introduced ARM-based processors in Apple MAC M1 machines. Intel x64-based applications won’t work by default on ARM-based processors. Teradata Studio or Teradata Studio Express also doesn’t work by default as the current Studio macOS build is an intel x64-based application. This how-to demonstrates how to install Intel x64-based JDK and Teradata Studio or Teradata Studio Express on Apple Mac M1.