Connecting with Snowflake
To configure a Snowflake data source, you first need to connect to the server by entering the following information:
Default name of the data source: Your data source name will be displayed in the list of accounts in the previous dialog. By default, Reveal names it Snowflake. You can change it to your preference.
Account: Your snowflake account without the region or cloud provider information. For example, it should be similar to <account_name> instead of <account_name>.us-east-1.snowflakecomputing.com.
Host: Although not required, if no value is specified <account_name>.snowflakecomputing.com will be assumed. If you are not in the US West region or want to use a global url, you need to specify a HOST with the format: <account_name>.<region_id>.snowflakecomputing.com.
Credentials: after selecting Credentials, you will be able to enter the credentials for your Snowflake server or select existing ones if applicable.
Name: the name for your data source account. It will be displayed in the list of accounts in the previous dialog.
(Optional) Domain: the name of the domain, if applicable.
Username: the user account for the Snowflake server.
Password: the password to access the Snowflake server.
Configuring a Snowflake Data Source
Select a database by marking the empty circle next to it:
Snowflake sample data in Reveal. The Northwind database in the screenshot above was created with demo purposes and is not available as part of Snowflake's sample data.
Select a table or a view from the database. Use the eye icon on the right to preview the data.
You are now directed to the Visualization editor where you can start building your visualizations with the data retrieved from Snowflake.
Limitations in Data Blending
Currently, Data Blending (combining data sources in one visualization) is not available when using data from the Snowflake data source.