Summary: How to specify your Snowflake warehouse information so that Alooma can connect.
Once you've granted access to your Snowflake data warehouse, you'll need to indicate the warehouse information for Alooma to connect to.
Click on the Output node of the Plumbing page.
If not selected, choose the Settings tab.
Fill out the connection information:
Please note that all fields are case sensitive
Account subdomain (the subdomain portion of "http://<subdomain>.snowflakecomputing.com", NOT the entire URL)
For Snowflake on Azure, the value to enter for the Account subdomain will look something like this:
Warehouse (case sensitive)
Username (case sensitive)
Database name (case sensitive)
Snowflake is case-sensitive, so make sure to use uppercase letters UNLESS you know for sure the database name includes lowercase letters. If it does include lowercase letters, wrap the database name in quotes: "database_name"
Default schema (case sensitive - this is the one we'll write to by default, though you'll be able to choose to map to any other schema we have access to).
You can choose not to validate the Snowflake settings and save them regardless of their validity by checking the "do not validate" option (not recommended).
Save the changes.
Alooma connects to Snowflake over SSL by default.
That's it! You've created a Snowflake output. Alooma can now connect to your target Snowflake data warehouse.
What's next? Here's a quick video showing how to set up an input.