You can connect to your Snowflake warehouse to explore data, combine them with other data sources and build apps on top of them as a data foundation.

Connecting to your Snowflake data warehouse

To connect your Snowflake data warehouse, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to Data Management and click on "New source" to create a new data source.

  2. Select Snowflake from the list of available data sources.

  3. Name your data source connection and provide the connection details:


Account identifier

Unique identifier of your account.


Identifier of the warehouse (i.e. the compute engine).

Database name

Identifier of the database (i.e. the data storage).


Identifier of the target schema. Defaults to PUBLIC.


Role of the user containing the required access privileges. Defaults to PUBLIC.

Username & Password

These are the credentials of the user account that has the required access permissions for (parts of) the data warehouse.

  1. Click on "Test connection" to ensure that your connection works reliably and save your data source connection with "Connect".

Note: You can configure the data source for two different environments, Staging and Production. You can find more information about it here.

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