Summary: Instructions about granting Snowflake access, including creating a user and assigning roles.
You can up access to Snowflake in a few simple steps.
First, log in to your Snowflake account and open up an SQL worksheet, or connect to Snowflake using your SQL console of choice.
Snowflake is case-sensitive, and most objects are in ALL UPPERCASE. The username and password can be any case. The domain name is case-sensitive.
Then, run the following SQL command block (note that lines 2 and 3 are optional) replacing the value inside the brackets (<>) with your actual value:
USE ROLE ACCOUNTADMIN; CREATE DATABASE "<DATABASE>"; CREATE SCHEMA "<DATABASE>"."<SCHEMA>"; CREATE ROLE "<ALOOMA_ROLE>"; GRANT USAGE ON DATABASE "<DATABASE>" TO ROLE "<ALOOMA_ROLE>"; GRANT CREATE SCHEMA ON DATABASE "<DATABASE>" TO ROLE "<ALOOMA_ROLE>"; GRANT ALL ON SCHEMA "<DATABASE>"."<SCHEMA>" TO ROLE "<ALOOMA_ROLE>"; CREATE USER <ALOOMA> PASSWORD='<PASSWORD>' DEFAULT_ROLE = "<ALOOMA_ROLE>"; GRANT ROLE "<ALOOMA_ROLE>" TO USER <ALOOMA>; GRANT ALL ON WAREHOUSE "<WAREHOUSE_NAME>" TO "<ALOOMA_ROLE>";
The code block above will:
Ensure that the role for the session is set to ACCOUNTADMIN in order to grant privileges.
[Optional] Create a new database for Alooma.
[Optional] Create a new schema for Alooma.
Create the role that will be used by the Alooma user.
Grant database privileges to the role (regardless of whether a new database was created in step 2).
Grant schema privileges to the role (regardless of whether a new schema was created in step 3).
Create the user for Alooma's Snowflake connection.
Grant ALOOMA_ROLE privileges to the alooma user.
Grant ALOOMA_ROLE privileges over the selected warehouse.
That's it, you're done configuring access, time to connect to Snowflake.
If you need support or prefer to use a pre-existing user, role, or other option, contact us and we'll be happy to help you get set up.