Snowflake has been climbing the proverbial database charts recently, and it's not hard to see why.
With a scalable AWS backend, support for virtual warehouses, and the capability to work with structured and semi-structured data, Snowflake has the flexibility to adjust to demanding modern workloads.
Earlier this year, we introduced our Snowflake connector. And Tableau customers like Ask.com are already enabling ad hoc analysis on petabytes of data in Snowflake and at much lower cost than traditional solutions.
Here's a small sample of the integration so you can see for yourself:
If you haven't already, now's the time to see Tableau and Snowflake live. We'll be joining Snowflake at their road shows in Chicago on June 14 as well as Los Angeles on June 16.
If you're elsewhere, don't worry, because the Tableau 10 road show will be ramping up soon worldwide, and we will be featuring Snowflake as a prominent part of each demo. If you can't join us, we'll miss you, but make sure to watch the recorded demo above and take the time to see what Snowflake has to offer.