We’re excited to announce data.world’s launch in the Snowflake Partner Connect Portal. We’re huge fans of Snowflake, their product, and their people. We believe they’ve built the backbone of a modern, cloud-native data management solution that just works.
Why we’re excited
If you’re an existing Snowflake customer, you’ve already experienced how easy it is to load structured and semi-structured data into Snowflake, manipulate it, and analyze it, all in industry standard SQL. Snowflake’s easy configuration and management puts modern ELT (Extract Load Transform) within reach.
All warehouses can become cluttered. As you centralize more and more data, you may encounter challenges to discovery, documentation, and organization. This is a normal part of the journey, and data catalogs can ease the burden. Until now, your only choice was to look to traditional software vendors for help. You adopted Snowflake because you didn’t want to manage your own data warehouse, why would you want to manage your data catalog software?
With data.world, you get business-friendly metadata management, data governance, discovery, documentation and collaboration with a few clicks and no technology management overhead.
With data.world and Snowflake you’ll have:
- Google-like search and Facebook-like feeds for data discovery
- Collaborative metadata management and deep data asset documentation
- Quick data profiling and quality assessments
- Easy, logical organization of all your data assets in Snowflake
- Approachable query sharing and collaboration
- Query federation from Snowflake into other data sources (including dark data like spreadsheets)
Find us in Snowflake Partner Connect!
We’d like to invite everyone to try out data.world and Snowflake together. It’s as easy as heading to the Partner Connect tab in Snowflake and clicking the data.world tile to activate your free trial. If you’d like a demo, sign up for our webinar on Wednesday, February 20th. With data.world and Snowflake together, you can truly experience modern, cloud native data catalog, metadata, and data management as it should be.