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Saturday, October 1 2022

Change Data Capture using Snowflake Streams

Screenshot 2022-10-01 192702.png, Oct 2022

Introduction Change Data Capture (CDC) is a process that identifies and captures changes made to data in a database and then delivers those changes in real-time to a downstream process or system. There are several proven methods through which CDC can be implemented like making use of Audit Columns  […]

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Working with Snowflake External Tables and S3 Examples

Snowflake External tables allow you to access files stored in external stage as a regular table. You can join the Snowflake external table with permanent or managed table to get required information or perform the complex transformations involving various tables. The External tables are commonly  […]

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Saturday, September 24 2022

STORAGE INTEGRATION

STORAGE INTEGRATION is a Snowflake object that stores a generated identity and access management entity for external cloud storage (Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, or Microsoft Azure). Cloud administrators can grant permissions on the storage locations to the generated entity. By using storage integration users need not provide credentials as open text while creating external stages or when loading data from external cloud storage.

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Tuesday, December 21 2021

Snowflake :- Load Json File in table

Wednesday, November 24 2021

Snowflake :- Create Tables

How to create a warehouse in snowflake.

Tuesday, November 23 2021

JSON DATA PARSING IN SNOWFLAKE

What is JSON? JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a lightweight data-interchange format. It is easy for humans to read and write. It is easy for machines to parse and generate. While it is based on a subset of the JavaScript Programming Language, Standard ECMA-262 3rd Edition - December 1999, it  […]

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SNOWFLAKE EXTERNAL FUNCTIONS

Introduction Snowflake has recently announced external functions available in public preview. This allows developers to invoke external APIs from within their Snowflake SQL queries and blend the response into their query result, in the same way as if they were internal Snowflake functions. In this  […]

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HOW TO CAPTURE SNOWFLAKE USERS, ROLES, AND GRANTS INTO A TABLE

In this post, I’m going to walk you through where the information lives in Snowflake and show you a couple of ways that I get the users, roles, and grants information combined that work well and make it very accessible for answering those security and audit questions. Snowflake Users and Roles via  […]

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