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Snowflake is an enterprise-ready data warehouse that lets you separate your compute from storage.
When connected to a Deepnote notebook, you can read, update or delete any data directly with Snowflake SQL queries. The query result can be saved as a dataframe and later analyzed or transformed in Python, or plotted with Deepnote's visualization cells without writing any code.
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Deepnote integrates flawlessly with all your existing infrastructure and processes.
Use Python, R, Julia, TensorFlow, PyTorch, or any of your favorite languages or frameworks.
We’ve also pre-built 100s of native integrations that simplify the process of connecting your data sources.
All integrations are encrypted and can be easily shared with your team. No exposed passwords in your notebooks.
Attach a repository to your project to read or commit to any branch.
Mount Google Drive directories in your projects to read and edit its files.
Connect to your BigQuery warehouse and query the data using Deepnote SQL blocks.
Connect to a Snowflake warehouse and query the data using Deepnote SQL blocks.
Attach a bucket to your project and read, edit or upload files to the bucket.
Connect to a Postgres instance and use SQL directly from a notebook interface.