Hevo can load data from any of your Pipelines into a Snowflake data warehouse. This document provides the steps to add Snowflake as a Destination.
1. Add Destination
Do one of the following:
- In the Pipeline creation flow, specify the Source settings and click ADD DESTINATION.
- In the Asset Palette, click DESTINATIONS. Then, click ADD DESTINATION in the Destinations Overview page on the right.
2. Select the Destination type
In the Add Destination page, select Snowflake.
3. Specify the connection details
- Destination Name: A unique name for this Destination.
- Account Name: Name provided by Snowflake to your account. This can be found in URL of Snowflake web user interface. The URL of web user interface is generally in form of
- Account Region: Region in which Snowflake account is located. Refer URL format in account name’s description mentioned above. If no account-region is present in URL then your account is located in US West (Oregon).
- Database User: A user with a non-administrative role of the Snowflake database.
- Database Password: Password of the user.
- Database Name: Name of the Destination database where data will be dumped.
- Database Schema: Name of the schema in the Destination database where data will be dumped. Attention schema name is case sensitive.
- Warehouse: The Snowflake warehouse associated with your database, where the SQL queries and DML operations are performed.
4. Specify additional settings
Populate Loaded Timestamp: Enable this toggle option to append the __hevo_loaded_at column to the Destination table to indicate the time when the Event was loaded to the Destination. See Loading Data to a Data Warehouse for more information.
Create Transient Tables: Enable this toggle option to create transient tables. Transient tables have the same features as permanent tables minus the Fail-safe period. The fail-safe feature allows Snowflake to recover the table if you were to lose it, for up to seven days. Transient tables allow you to avoid the additional storage costs for the backup, and are suitable if your data does not need the same level of data protection and recovery provided by permanent tables, or if it can be reconstructed outside of Snowflake. See Transient Tables .
5. Test connection
Click Test Connection to test connectivity with the Snowflake warehouse.
6. Save Destination
Once the test is successful, save the destination by clicking on SAVE DESTINATION.