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Conventional data platforms and big data solutions struggle to deliver on their fundamental purpose: to enable any user to work with any data, without limits on scale, performance or flexibility. Whether you’re a data analyst, data scientist, data engineer, or any other business or technology professional, you’ll get more from your data with Snowflake. To achieve this, we built a new data platform from the ground up for the cloud. It’s designed with a patented new architecture to be the centerpiece for data pipelines, data warehousing, data lakes, data application development, and for building data exchanges to easily and securely share governed data. The result? A platform delivered as a service that’s powerful but simple to use.

Any Cloud

Snowflake’s cloud data platform supports a multi-cloud strategy, including a cross-cloud approach to mix and match clouds as you see fit. Snowflake is available globally on AWS, Azure and Google Cloud Platform. With a common and interchangeable code base, Snowflake delivers advantages such as global data replication, which means you can move your data to any cloud in any region, without having to re-code your applications or learn new skills.

Securely Share Data to Collaborate Across Your Business Ecosystem

Snowflake’s multi-cluster shared data architecture enables governed and secure data sharing in real time. Create your own private data exchange to share and collaborate with business partners, suppliers, and employees in a centrally managed data hub. Easily source external data and open new routes to data monetization by participating in the Snowflake data marketplace.

Near-Zero Management

Snowflake eliminates the administration and management demands of traditional platforms and big data solutions. Snowflake is a true data platform-as-a-service, running in the cloud. With built-in performance, there’s no infrastructure to manage or knobs to turn. Snowflake automatically handles infrastructure, optimization, availability, data protection, and more, so you can focus on using your data, not managing it.

Pay Only for What You Use

Per-second, usage-based pricing for compute and storage means you only pay for the amount of data you store and the amount of compute processing you use. Say goodbye to upfront costs, over-provisioned systems, or idle clusters unnecessarily consuming money.