SnapLogic vs. Snowflake

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
SnapLogic
Score 7.3 out of 10
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SnapLogic is a cloud integration platform with a self-service capacity supported by over 450 prebuilt modifiable connectors. SnapLogic also offers real-time and batch integration processes for interfacing with external data sources, a drag-and-drop interface, and use of the vendors’ Iris AI.N/A
Snowflake
Score 9.0 out of 10
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The Snowflake Cloud Data Platform is the eponymous data warehouse with, from the company in San Mateo, a cloud and SQL based DW that aims to allow users to unify, integrate, analyze, and share previously siloed data in secure, governed, and compliant ways. With it, users can securely access the Data Cloud to share live data with customers and business partners, and connect with other organizations doing business as data consumers, data providers, and data service providers.N/A
Pricing
SnapLogicSnowflake
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
SnapLogicSnowflake
Free Trial
YesYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
YesNo
Entry-level Setup FeeOptionalNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Community Pulse
SnapLogicSnowflake
Considered Both Products
SnapLogic
Chose SnapLogic
The simple interface and ease of building the pipelines with "snaps" was a selling point for SnapLogic. Amongst the multitude of snap packs available with new ones constantly being added. The support and vendor engagement was also very pleasant. Although amongst the more …
Snowflake

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Top Pros
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Features
SnapLogicSnowflake
Cloud Data Integration
Comparison of Cloud Data Integration features of Product A and Product B
SnapLogic
7.7
24 Ratings
5% below category average
Snowflake
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Ratings
Pre-built connectors8.222 Ratings00 Ratings
Connector modification6.919 Ratings00 Ratings
Support for real-time and batch integration7.424 Ratings00 Ratings
Data quality services7.720 Ratings00 Ratings
Data security features7.522 Ratings00 Ratings
Monitoring console8.124 Ratings00 Ratings
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User Ratings
SnapLogicSnowflake
Likelihood to Recommend
8.1
(24 ratings)
9.2
(37 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
9.0
(2 ratings)
10.0
(2 ratings)
Usability
7.0
(1 ratings)
8.7
(13 ratings)
Support Rating
8.5
(4 ratings)
9.8
(8 ratings)
Implementation Rating
9.0
(1 ratings)
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(0 ratings)
Contract Terms and Pricing Model
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(0 ratings)
8.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
SnapLogicSnowflake
Likelihood to Recommend
Snaplogic
Snaplogic is unique from other IPASS tools if you're very sensitive about data security as they have an on-premise option where your data never needs to leave your data center. And data pipelines can be quickly created if Snaplogic has the requisite connector to your data sources. On the downside, if you're transforming a large amount of data for example in training machine learning models, a tool with elastic compute capability is more appropriate.
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Snowflake Computing
I am over our HR data, and we use Workday for our HR management system. I have a script in place that runs reports on Workday and saves the results as CSVs. I can then use stages in Snowflake to insert these CSVs into Snowflake, then I can insert or truncate and replace these staged tables into a final schema. Then once these are in a schema I can reference them and build out my data models. In addition to ingesting CSVs, Snowflake has the ability to write a CSV file to our Amazon S3 bucket. Ingesting these CSVs, transforming the data, then delivering it to a destination would've involved so much more coding than my current process if we were on any other platform.
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Pros
Snaplogic
  • Easy access to any type of source system. Data could be in any format.
  • Very beautiful visual representation of transforms that makes it super easy to use it by any non developer.
  • It can be run in cloud or on-premise. helping you choose your comfort of security.
  • Has pretty good customer support and have recently started their community forum as well.
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Snowflake Computing
  • Snowflake scales appropriately allowing you to manage expense for peak and off peak times for pulling and data retrieval and data centric processing jobs
  • Snowflake offers a marketplace solution that allows you to sell and subscribe to different data sources
  • Snowflake manages concurrency better in our trials than other premium competitors
  • Snowflake has little to no setup and ramp up time
  • Snowflake offers online training for various employee types
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Cons
Snaplogic
  • They need to have a way to connect to GitHub to allow the users to maintain their version control in GitHub. This is a missing functionality.
  • As pipelines become complex, it's difficult to have all the snaps stitched together - just like to see it done differently.
  • They do not have a way to start/stop a preview. This is hard to use, especially if you have to stop an accidental preview invocation.
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Snowflake Computing
  • This tool is very much technical and proper knowledge is required, so mostly you have to hire an IT team.
  • I wish if various videos could be available for basic quires like its initiation, then I think it would act as a guideline and would help the beginners a lot.
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Likelihood to Renew
Snaplogic
This has been hands down the BEST software company I have ever used and dealt with. I am a 25 year IT veteran at this college. They go above and beyond in soliciting our feedback/input and proactively follow up about bugs, issues, etc. I have given multiple potential clients my thoughts and after seeing the SL demo they all sign up. I appreciate their support model, it's REFRESHING!
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Snowflake Computing
SnowFlake is very cost effective and we also like the fact we can stop, start and spin up additional processing engines as we need to. We also like the fact that it's easy to connect our SQL IDEs to Snowflake and write our queries in the environment that we are used to
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Usability
Snaplogic
It is very powerful but has a steep learning curve
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Snowflake Computing
The interface is similar to other SQL query systems I've used and is fairly easy to use. My only complaint is the syntax issues. Another thing is that the error messages are not always the easiest thing to understand, especially when you incorporate temp tables. Some of that is to be expected with any new database.
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Support Rating
Snaplogic
They can be prompt but they have not been as useful as I've wanted. We had a bug that affected many of our customers through an API connection between SnapLogic and our platform. Eventually they were able to figure it out, but it took a long time of negotiating between our engineering team and theirs. Additionally, we installed the SnapLogic groundplex for our customers and we've run into a bunch of problems of connectivity. If SnapLogic offered to be on those calls with our clients to troubleshoot how to fix these problems, I would give them a better grade here.
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Snowflake Computing
We have had terrific experiences with Snowflake support. They have drilled into queries and given us tremendous detail and helpful answers. In one case they even figured out how a particular product was interacting with Snowflake, via its queries, and gave us detail to go back to that product's vendor because the Snowflake support team identified a fault in its operation. We got it solved without lots of back-and-forth or finger-pointing because the Snowflake team gave such detailed information.
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Implementation Rating
Snaplogic
The groundplex in our VPC is very nice for security reasons and the SnapLogic team was extremely helpful during our implementation
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Snowflake Computing
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Alternatives Considered
Snaplogic
We opted for SnapLogic due its ease of use and the flexibility it offers, it was the platform that was strongest in both application integration and data integration and both were use cases we wanted to be able to cover.
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Snowflake Computing
I have had the experience of using one more database management system at my previous workplace. What Snowflake provides is better user-friendly consoles, suggestions while writing a query, ease of access to connect to various BI platforms to analyze, [and a] more robust system to store a large amount of data. All these functionalities give the better edge to Snowflake.
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Return on Investment
Snaplogic
  • We have cut development time down by at least 70%
  • The software was more on the expensive side at renewal which required some further approvals to be sought for the spend
  • More developers are able to build and use Snaplogic pipelines in their projects
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Snowflake Computing
  • Positive impact: we use Snowflake to track our subscription and payment charges, which we use for internal and investor reporting
  • Positive impact: 3 times faster query speed compared to Treasure Data means that answers to stakeholders can be delivered quicker by analysts
  • Positive impact: recommender systems now source their data from Snowflake rather than Spark clusters, improving development speed, and no longer require maintainence of Spark clusters.
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ScreenShots

SnapLogic Screenshots

Screenshot of Here you can see the Designer of SnapLogic's Enterprise Integration Cloud, which showcases our clicks-not-code approach to creating integration pipelines. Notice the machine-learning powered integration assistant, Iris, to the right suggests which Snaps (our term for connectors) to use from our catalogue of nearly 450+ pre-built connectors.Screenshot of Here is the Enterprise Integration Cloud Dashboard that empowers you to monitor the status and health your pipelines and Snaplexes. From here you can further optimize your pipelines to your needs.Screenshot of Here is the Manager tab of the Enterprise Integration Cloud Dashboard, where you can manage users, groups, project spaces, pipelines and security. You can also view account and Snap statistics here.

Snowflake Screenshots

Screenshot of Snowflake Installation