Promethium, Snowflake To Deliver Federated Query Pipelines For Data Cloud


Promethium has announced a partnership with Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, to deliver federated query pipelines for the Data Cloud. Promethium’s federated query pipelines can enable Snowflake customers to publish a federated query created in Promethium to Snowflake’s platform with just a few clicks, without writing code or designing complex ETL pipelines. Data teams can now get data to Snowflake much easier and much faster.

Snowflake created the Data Cloud to empower organizations to unlock the value of data with Snowflake’s single, integrated platform which eliminates on-premises and cloud-generated data silos, and with Promethium Snowflake customers can achieve even more from their Data Cloud investments.

Specifically, Snowflake customers can use Promethium to accelerate data pipelines and move data to Data Cloud without the complexity and long wait times of traditional ETL and data migration.

Snowflake customers benefit from one single view of organization-wide data which provides an instant understanding of what data is in Snowflake’s Data Cloud and what isn’t. Intuitive natural language search makes finding and accessing the best fit data fast and easy. Also, powerful data preparation helps provide an easy user experience and real time results at each step without needing to move data first.

On demand federated query makes it possible to join data that is in Snowflake’s Data Cloud with data that isn’t, improving agility for faster decisions. Then quickly get that data into Data Cloud by publishing the results of the federated query with one click using Promethium’s no-code federated query pipeline for Snowflake’s Data Cloud.

As the company puts it, no-code federated query pipeline design gives 100x productivity boost to data engineers and enables instant validation and visualization to ensure the data is correct before publishing to Data Cloud – all without moving data first.

A new Promethium Free edition for Snowflake has been launched and is available now.

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