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January 07, 2021
Brian Bickell | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Snowflake is a modern cloud data platform that InterWorks refers, resells, and implements for our data analytics clients. We also use it to back our internal data analytics initiatives within InterWorks. Customers of ours use Snowflake across every vertical and industry for any problem where they need an efficient, easy to use, scalable data environment.
  • Snowflake is very easy to use and doesn't have heavy DBA overhead.
  • Snowflake's ability to separate storage and compute is a radical departure from how databases of the past were built.
  • Snowflake is very easy for customers to scale as their needs shrink and grow.
  • Snowflake still has room to grow in the advanced analytics use cases with the addition of Python, Scala, or Java running natively on Snowflake virtual warehouses.
  • Snowflake can be somewhat unintuitive for customers coming from a prior RDBMS background because some of the concepts are such a radical departure.
  • Snowflake is still not especially suited for many database use cases, such as OLTP scenarios. It's hard to call this a con, since that's obviously not what the product was designed for, but users should be aware.
Specific scenarios where Snowflake is very strong include analytical data processing scenarios. Snowflake is wonderful at inexpensively consolidating and storing data and allowing very fast access to that data while maintaining a low cost profile with it's ability to automatically resume and suspend virtual warehouses.

Snowflake is less suited to transaction processing scenarios and isn't a best choice to back up an online order processing system.
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December 27, 2020
Sudarshan Kothari | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Snowflake is acting as a company-wide Data Repository. With its cloud architecture and scalability, it addresses our storage, warehouse, and computation problem at the same time. Snowflake has powerful group roles and policy, which makes it beneficial for enterprise edition and usage. The ability to change the computational resources anytime is one of the biggest advantages. We have from manager to analyst been consuming the Snowflakes as a data repo. We have around a few hundred TB of data stored and it works smoothly on data growing exponentially too.
  • Hosted on cloud: Helps with scalability.
  • Community is active and ever-growing: You will have someone from the community to help whenever you need it.
  • The new functionality and thoughtful design are based on new world problems.
  • Support for JSON and XML is one of the main advantages.
  • Beta testing functionality needs to be properly tested and stick to the committed deadline set at the initial release.
  • The ODBC connector could be improved to accommodate multiple roles.
  • Updates on functionality need to be informed to the user. Just a document update might not be the right approach every time.
Snowflake acts as a single platform for both data storage and warehousing needs. For deployment purposes, it has the best group policy management and the best UI I've encountered personally. It also accommodates direct connection with AWS and Azure, which is another advantage. The only scenario where Snowflake would require second thought would be data that has PII information, as it doesn't have encryption options for such data points.
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January 05, 2021
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Snowflake was chosen as our data warehouse to replace Amazon Redshift. It is used by all areas of the company including data science, product teams, sales, marketing, operations, finance, executives, etc. It sources data from various cloud data sources and is being fed from integration tools (Fivetran, Stitch) or ETL (Matillion).
  • Can scale up or across depending on workload type
  • Separation of compute and storage
  • Query Profiler gives you a pictorial idea of where the query is spending time
  • Very expensive
  • Needs to compute more to efficiently and cost-effectively deliver the data (needs to know your access patterns)
  • Query history is tricky to play with and system catalog views are either nonexistent or not well designed
It's easy to scale up/down or expand/shrink. However, without any tuning capabilities in SQL, more materialization of the data needs to be done to use the database cost effectively. It is time to look into other services that don't charge arm and leg. Customer service is slow to respond.
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January 04, 2021
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Snowflake is being used across all departments of the company. It's our main data warehouse and system of record for sales, inventory and other metrics of the company. Snowflake helps us address different business questions from executives and help them make decisions based on the different metrics being analyzed.
  • Snowflake computes really fast and can handle high volumes of data with ease.
  • Snowflake has some features that have really helped DBAs and developers particularly with Time Travel, it has help us with many processes in our company where we had to rollback or re-apply sweep processes which would be time consuming.
  • Snowflake has forced ETL developers to write better code (forcing ANSI standards) and avoided implicit conversions in specific data-types for different subject areas.
  • Loading processes have improved. Prior to Snowflake, some ETL processes would take double the time to execute. With Snowflake those same processes finish in half the time.
  • Integration with other tools, particularly with connectivity. We have observed metadata callbacks being generated which are time consuming and annoying. These can be avoided but extra work is required.
  • Out of the box tools could be better. Specifically the querying tool is lacking a few features that other software offer for easy of use for users and developers.
  • Not really a Con, but in Snowflake there's no concept for Indexes, maybe because they are not required but we have seen particular cases where we believe an index would help speed some of the queries being executed.
- Well suited when handling high volume of data.
- In the cloud computing. Quick availability of data online.
- Data sharing across multiple departments and perhaps companies.
- Good for Archiving of data.
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March 14, 2020
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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My company switched from Amazon Redshift to Snowflake a while ago, and we got a huge improvement in data to pull by using Snowflake. The tool is widely used in multiple departments within the company and people with all level of data science skill and retrieve the data easily by using SQL.
  • data pull
  • access management
  • data transfer
  • speed
  • data type
  • better integration
Snowflake is suitable for the situations that you are working with all levels of analysts in terms of data science skills. By using SQL, the user does not need to understand data type, etc. before using the tool. However, it could be potential trouble when consuming the data in python later.
Overall, the support from Snowflake has been very good. Since we are one of the major users for Snowflake and have a dedicated tech team to solve all the technical problem on our way. On the side of the technical problem, any sql related questions can be found from everywhere online.
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March 03, 2020
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We use Snowflake to query data from AWS S3. SQL query is easy to use for all level of data analysts/data scientists and as a result, Python or R is not required to pull data from Snowflake. Snowflake is widely used in my organization from customer acquisition to customer management.
  • Query.
  • Easy to use.
  • Low requirements.
  • Data type.
  • Speed.
  • Integration.
Snowflake works really well when you have all different levels of data analysts in one team. Snowflake can be the common tool to pull data and create tables since SQL is such a basic and easy-to-use data science language without the requirement of fully understanding the data type.
All the questions you have with Snowflake on the coding level is just SQL for which you can get the support from any SQL tutorial website such as W3 schools; on the access level it's based on your organization's authorization and you cannot really require Snowflake to figure that out.
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November 25, 2019
Torrey Vegter | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We use Snowflake on our Data Engineering team to house our data warehouse and offload a substantial amount of our ETL processes to Snowflake. Snowflake enables us to offer ultra-fast querying to the business to quickly gain insights into our current data set.
  • Extremely intuitive and easy to use querying language.
  • Allows high performance querying of large data sets with very little setup and configuration.
  • Interfaces very easily with AWS S3.
  • Works seamlessly with both structured and unstructured data sets.
  • Very granular security.
  • IDE is OK but can be a bit clunky given it's web-based.
Snowflake works extremely well for storing a data warehouse as the querying is optimized for larger tables that are filled in batches. It also works extremely well with unstructured data and has basically replaced any need we previously had for NoSQL databases. Snowflake does not perform well for transactional databases.
I've only had to deal with them once. They were responsive and helped me clear up the issue although it took a day or two longer than I would have preferred.
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July 31, 2019
Jake Schlingman | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Snowflake was implemented around 6 months ago to replace Redshift as the SQL level that allows us to query our data. Snowflake enables us to query our data quickly and effectively to get insights into various aspects of the program as well as various aspects of our users' behavior. It allows us to make smarter business decisions by making that data more readily available and reliable than our previous solution was.
  • Resources that scale up and down automatically to ensure that queries run quickly and efficiently without paying for computing power that is not being used
  • Much more reliable than our previous software
  • No noticable limit to query size
  • Runs very quickly
  • The SQL syntax used is different from Redshift in a number of ways. Would be nice to have more readily available help documentation around the differences built into the system.
  • Would be awesome of there was a way to see relations between tables more effectively.
Snowflake is great when you need to store large amounts of data while retaining the ability to query that data quickly. It is very reliable and allows for auto-scaling on large queries meaning that you're only paying for the power you actually use. It's taken queries that took 20+ minutes to run on redshift down to 2 minutes on Snowflake.
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November 19, 2019
Duncan Hernandez | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Snowflake is being used on top of our Azure data warehouse. It solves our issue of queries running at the same time and has drastically improved our server performance. All of our reports connect to Snowflake and they all run very fast. It is currently being used across the entire company.
  • You are able to adjust the power that you give a query. For the big queries, you can give more CPU to it so it runs faster.
  • It can now sit on Google Cloud, S3, and Azure.
  • Concurrency is a thing of the past.
  • I'd love to see a desktop tool for Snowflake. Currently, it is all web-based.
  • Database navigation can be smoother. It's not as efficient as a SQL workbench.
  • Row-level security is possible, but it was difficult to figure out.
The best reason to go to Snowflake is if there is a lot of stress on the server and queries are running slow. Snowflake does what it says it will do and improve this dramatically.

The only reason why someone would is because it is pricy or if there isn't much data at one's organization.
Overall great group of people and they are very insightful. They try to understand what the overall problem is rather than just focusing on the exact issue, which helps put a lot of things into perspective. The turnaround time is very good. I never found myself waiting for more than a couple of days, which is reasonable.
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October 23, 2019
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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It is used by the whole company. We went with Snowflake because it is faster than Vertica and easier to manage different warehouses with.
  • Great for managing different warehouses.
  • Quick and efficient.
  • Doesn't have the function of auto-fill.
Snowflake is very efficient for my company, and it's very easy to assign and manage different warehouses with it.
I have never used the support function, but I've heard great things about its customer service.
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June 10, 2019
Andrew Goss | TrustRadius Reviewer
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My company adopted Snowflake as our first cloud-based data warehouse. It is being used as a central repository for all company data from each business unit for the purposes of business intelligence.
  • Ease of use
  • Separation of storage and compute resources
  • Simple to scale up or down with virtual warehouses
  • Built-in support for the most popular data formats
  • Standard SQL dialect
  • Robust function library
  • Lacks support for common table expressions
  • Lacks support for correlated subqueries
  • Better technical support for customer identified bugs
  • Clearer pricing model
Snowflake architecture was designed at its foundation to take advantage of the cloud and then adds some unique benefits that support ease of use and increased productivity. The most popular cloud data warehouse platforms are all powerful tools and solid choices. With an investment in one of these, what really matters is how productive will you be using the data warehouse.

Snowflake's 'data-warehouse-as-a-service' model lessens the maintenance tasks of optimization/tuning that have traditionally fallen to DBAs and ETL developers. There are no servers to manage, software to install, or indexes to tune. This allows data engineers and analysts to focus more exclusively on analytic tasks that will translate into growth for the company.

While Snowflake doesn’t have all the performance optimization bells and whistles of other cloud data warehouse platforms, this is actually a good thing and that most people don't really need all of them or miss them. Using Snowflake on the whole means less knob-turning and futzing with setup/tweaking. Snowflake has its query optimizer already built-in.
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June 06, 2019
Jacob Biguvu | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Capital One has many LOBs (lines of business). I have supported IAM and Commercial LOBs. They are using Snowflake as a data warehouse solution. The team is also using Redshift. The team noticed the concurrency limit with Redshift. Snowflake is a simple architecture with isolated compute capabilities. Redshift does not separate storage and computer capacities. Based on the workloads, the capacity is scaled up and scaled down using the option: Dataware. Right now, Snowflake is the heart-cake requirement for the company.

  • The beauty of Snowflake is virtual warehouses. This provides an isolated workload and capacity (Virtual warehouse ). This allows separating or categorizing workloads and query processing according to our requirements.
  • Snowflake provides a unique architecture that supports structured and semi-structured data. provides the ready-made solutions to process with the semi-structured data such as JSON, Avro, ORC, Parquet, and XML
  • SQL kind queries make easy to write/develop the code. Provided features such as materialized views to optimize the query processing and loads
  • Snowflake database is managed by snowflake team. This simplifies the DBA job from maintenance kinds of tasks such as patchworks and regular upgrades.
  • Performance degradation happens when many users are on the system at the same time.
  • Snowflake support is slow often.
  • Snowflake provides Virtual warehouses for having performance. however, it may cost more.
Snowflake is best for a data warehouse. When you want to compute capacities separately to manage the workloads independently, Snowflake is the best option, because it provides isolated virtual warehouses.
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May 14, 2019
Wicks Justin | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Snowflake is being used across our whole organization. It addresses the need to combine disparate data sources into one single data source and discover insights into our business that would not be easily possible with lots of disconnected data sources. It also delivers world-class query performance and the ability for different business divisions to query their own data quickly and create reports in a fraction of the time as opposed to a traditional data warehouse solution. We are also using it to drive machine learning, and the data scientists are gaining insights into our business data that would not be possible otherwise. It is addressing multiple business problems, from distribution of our products all the way through to billing.
  • Reporting queries run in a fraction of the time that they would in our production systems. For example, we can take the original MS SQL reporting queries , that used to take hours to run in our OLTP databases, and convert it into snow SQL, and run almost the exact same query in Snowflake in minutes, if not seconds.
  • Having all our different data sources in one data warehouse database means we can start looking for links between data sources and different business units to tie all our data together. We can see from when a customer was dialled, through to when/if they bought a product, to when they were actually billed, and identify where in the process we are most efficient, and where we can improve our services and product offerings.
  • Having a truly automated database system, without the need to create indices or maintain them, means we can spend more time in gaining insights into our data and getting actual results/data out, rather than spending time managing and maintaining the solution.
  • There is no easy way to schedule any type of task.
If you need a totally managed cloud data warehouse solution that is as fast as lightning, then snowflake is for you.
I would not use it for any OLTP production type of solution.
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May 04, 2019
Carlos Fares, CBIP | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We replaced our RDS Postgres based DW with Snowflake. We use it as the main data source for all analytics components within our SaaS product, internal reporting, and ad hoc analysis by power users. We are now also able to analyze JSON without the need for transformation by easily replicating S3 buckets with Snowpipe.
  • Provision compute resources instantly and autoscaling. True elastic, pay as you go pricing model.
  • Secure Data Sharing. No other vendor offers this. This is big if you have the need to do a lot of data extracts.
  • Ability to segregate clusters of computer resources (warehouses) by use pool. You can give power users access without the fear of slowing down critical applications.
  • Cloud first architecture offers simple integration with other cloud-centric technologies/tools like S3 storage, streaming/replication brokers like Kafka, Alooma and cloud base BI tools.
  • Big Data analytics capabilities with the familiarity of ANSI SQL. Short learning curve.
  • Compilation times on somewhat complex queries is high. We use materialized views to address this problem and take advantage of caching, but we believe there is room for improvement here.
  • SLA's dependent on the big cloud player (AWS, Azure, GCP). If they have interruptions, you have interruptions. This is the current reality of cloud computing.
Snowflake is an analytics data store. If your main use case for evaluating it is analytics workload, then there is no reason to at least do a POC. If your workload is more transactional, real-time log analytics or search, then there are other options.
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May 02, 2019
Martin Haw | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We use Snowflake as a virtual warehouse to hold our data in a layer which is organised in a way that is ready and efficient for analysing. We drop data into it with a scheduled ETL tool, and then use a BI tool to refresh the data extracts overnight each night.
  • Scales up and down seamlessly
  • Only charges when it's being used
  • Easy and transparent to use
  • Coding language is a little tricky in places, not quite the SQL used elsewhere
  • Setting up not quite as seamless as expected
As a small, growing business, the model is ideal for us as it can scale perfectly with us, and our needs of this layer of our stack.
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May 27, 2019
Eric Fischer | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We use Snowflake for basic data munging from OLTP databases, APIs, etc. It is only used in our sizable Data department. It solves the problem of spinning up and managing a DW quickly without dedicated DBA support.
  • A nice UI with options to see the SQL/Code to automate steps in the UI.
  • Has great SQL features like LISTAGG or Count Distinct, which go above and beyond Oracle and MS SQL.
  • It's very fast!
  • The SQL editor. The worksheets are nice, but code editors today have auto-fill, debug highlighters, etc. They are working on this I'm told.
  • Worksheets (where you edit SQL) cannot be exported today.
  • Occasionally a bug is introduced during releases. It's no big deal.
Snowflake is great for quick dirty analysis.
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June 20, 2019
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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A few months ago, we'd decided to migrate our on-premise BI stack to cloud as on-premise solutions were not able to meet growing demands. Clearly, we were looking for cloud-only solutions. After extensive research and POC of several tools, we've on-boarded Snowflake. Snowflake is primarily used by the BI developers as our primary data warehouse and the resulting data is used by the whole organization via the dashboard or Excel extracts. Impressive data compression rate and faster data retrieval make it the best choice as an enterprise data warehouse.
  • Impressive data retrieval and data compression ratio.
  • Semi-structured data (JSON, XML) can be loaded as is and retrieved in a tabular structure on the fly using the flatten function.
  • Zero-copy cloning is an excellent feature which saves hours to refresh latest data in development instance.
  • Extensive usages documentation with examples makes development easy.
  • Stored procedures are implemented through JavaScript. Would be an additional overhead if your team doesn't have expertise.
  • No option to run multiple queries and analyze the results set in the same console window.
Snowflake is the data warehouse built for the cloud, enabling the data-driven enterprise with instant elasticity, secure data sharing, and per-second pricing. Faster data retrieval and on the fly retrieval of semi-structured data in tabular format. Excellent data compression ratio. Could be pricey for very large deployments.
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May 21, 2019
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We are using Snowflake as our data warehouse. We currently are loading in our tables and data from an old IBM System to Snowflake. It is currently being used by a few departments but is planning to be used across the whole organization.
  • Performance is extremely fast
  • Pay for what you use
  • Simple and Pleasant User Interface
  • The mouse pointer can be laggy at times when hovering over a preview of a table
  • Make it easier to switch between data warehouses
Snowflake is great for storing data and using it as an endpoint to query off of. It is cloud-based so the it can be scaled to any business need. It is great for analytics as well as simply storing data.
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May 16, 2019
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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It is used by Data teams across different departments of the company for compute purposes.
  • On demand and instant spin up of compute instances is fantastic
  • I like the browser based tabs which save queries
  • Easy connection to Python and BI tools
  • SQL editor can be better with autocomplete functions
Snowflake is well suited for performing data ETL when data is stored in AWS S3 and one needs fine control over instance costs.

It is less appropriate to connect directly to a BI tool, as it may be costly to keep warehouses running.
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April 25, 2019
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We use Snowflake across our entire organization. We selected Snowflake to replace Redshift as our data warehouse. All of our data now funnels into Snowflake and users are able to query it and draw insights that they have never had before. Additionally, we were able to build and release a reporting dashboard for our external clients to see all of their historical data with us in one place.
  • You only pay for the resources when you are using them
  • ANSI SQL compliant
  • Great documentation
  • Native Apache Spark connector
  • Does not support Dynamic SQL
  • Right now you can write User-Defined Functions (UDFs) in pure SQL or Javascript. I would love to see support for something like Python
  • We have been seeing more downtime lately as of writing this review
Snowflake is great as a data warehouse for any sized company. Since you only pay for what you use, you can request fewer resources if you are on a smaller budget.

The only time I would say Snowflake is not the right option is when you are not using one of their supported languages. My team works in Python and Spark, so we have no issue connecting to the DB. Other teams at my company use PHP, which does not have a 1st-party connector yet (it is in private preview), so they will have to use a workaround for now.
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January 25, 2016
Rajesh Ganesan | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Snowflake is currently used by our business intelligence team. The data from Snowflake is used by entire organization in the form of Tableau reports/dashboards etc. Snowflake database is used to deliver information for the following:
- Data science projects for decision making on products, game performance, user acquisition etc.
- Marketing Programs. Data is used to target users for marketing special offers.
- Make changes and improve the game interface for the user.
- Ad-hoc extracts for functional teams such as marketing, product and third party vendors.
  • Truly elastic & highly optimized SQL database
  • Minimal management overhead
  • Support for both structured and semi-structured data
  • Uses standard SQL
  • Seamless integration between file system & S3
  • Documentation
Snowflake is very flexible. Its seamless integration with AWS S3 makes it a great candidate for companies using AWS. Many of the companies are hasty to get on to hadoop and spend a considerable amount [of time] to make it work. The Snowflake database is a finely developed database engine that can solve many use cases where hadoop is used. It is fast to implement and integrate. Our data scientist and business analyst love it as it is not complex and implements standard sql.
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August 06, 2018
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Snowflake is currently being used to ingest daily JSON files exported from an analytics package into S3. We use Snowflake for Ad Hoc Queries, aggregating daily KPIs and pushing that data into a SQL Server, as well as creating Tableau extracts for our dashboards. We have also started using it for deeper Machine Learning types of analysis - such as creating predictive models.
  • Process Engine control - we can stop/pause/start engines for various tasks.
  • Processing speed is adequate unless there are many users on at the same time.
  • Web interface is easy and intuitive, like the fact that your queries are automatically saved in tabs.
  • Very limited amount of tabs - saved queries, which requires us to store the code somewhere else and re-use existing queries.
  • Performance can really be a problem if there are many users on the system at the same time.
  • SnowFlake support sometimes can be hard to reach.
Snowflake is great in quick process and ad hoc queries of JSON files (with built-in JSON support). Snowflake would not be the best alternative for sitting on top of Tableau Dashboards - mostly because of the engine being idle and filtering might take additional time. The fact that you only pay for engine time you actually use makes Snowflake is very cost-effective.
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October 11, 2017
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
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The analytics and reporting team uses Snowflake as their primary Business Intelligence (BI) tool. Combined with several reporting and charting tools, Snowflake provides insight across all departments in the organisation. Snowflake helps provide the business with crucial analytical understanding of performance which, in turn, influences business strategy for the entire organisation.
  • Easy to set up and get running.
  • Great support.
  • Integrates well with Amazon AWS.
  • Charting features could be better.
  • Reporting tools are not very extensive, creating a need for combining with other tools like Tableau.
  • Data Warehouse entirely on the cloud might be a problem for some businesses.
Snowflake is the perfect data warehouse for a business that operates primarily on the cloud. Since Snowflake itself is a cloud based data warehouse, this makes integration very convenient. On the other hand, if a business operates using on-premise technology and is unable to integrate well with cloud based services, Snowflake can turn out to be a disastrous option.
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What is Snowflake?

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.

Snowflake Data Marketplace gives data scientists, business intelligence and analytics professionals, and everyone who desires data-driven decision-making access to live and ready-to-query data from your ecosystem of business partners and customers, and from potentially thousands of data providers and data service providers.

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