Snowflake Datawarehouse & Cloud Analytics - Introduction

Build a turbo-powered Cloud Data Warehouse using Snowflake
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (1,937 ratings)
15,279 students
Snowflake Datawarehouse & Cloud Analytics - Introduction
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (1,937 ratings)
15,296 students
Will learn how to build Kick-ass data warehouse for your company using Snowflake

Requirements

  • Previous knowledge of SQL would be nice but not mandatory
Description

Cloud Data Warehouse is the next big thing. Learn What is Snowflake Cloud Data Warehouse and its architecture.  Build highly scalable, high performance next-gen modern data warehouse for you company.  The course is designed in beginner friendly, helping you to understand the basics of cloud, SAAS and it all works together in the background.

Requirements:

  • Good to have prior data warehouse experience, but not mandatory

  • Nice to have SQL Background, but not mandatory


Who this course is for:
  • Data science
  • Data Warehouse
  • Cloud Data Warehouse
  • Snowflake
  • Teradata
Course content
6 sections • 10 lectures • 1h 2m total length
  • Course Overview
    01:12
  • Snowflake User Interface Walk through
    08:37
  • Understanding the cloud and the SAAS Model
    05:59
  • Setup the environment for the first time
    05:34
  • Snowflake Overview
    09:28
  • Install and Configure SnowSQL CLI Client
    09:08
  • Snowflake Architecture
    05:12
  • Loading data into Snowflake using SnowSQL
    08:09
  • Unloading data from Snowflake
    08:35
  • Next Steps
    00:23

Instructor
Cloud Data Engineer
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  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 1,937 Reviews
  • 15,279 Students
  • 1 Course

Business Intelligence consultant focused on building Data warehouse applications, adding value to Fortune 100 clients across industries and geographies.  Has around 10 years of experience in data and information management.

Expert in designing high performance data warehouses for companies with huge volume of data

Worked on many technologies since 2008 including Teradata, SQL Server, Informatica, MySQL and Snowflake etc.,