batch Amazon S3 to Snowflake in minutes

Amazon S3

Amazon S3, or Simple Storage Service, is an object storage service offered by AWS. S3 is a cost-effective, durable, and elastic resource, making it easy to store data in the cloud.

S3 lets you organize your data into “buckets” and provision access, so you can share data quickly, easily, and safely.

Snowflake

Snowflake is a cloud-based data warehouse that offers highly scalable and distributed SQL querying over large datasets. Using OLAP (Online Analytical Processing), Snowflake offers the ability to rapidly answer multi-dimensional analytic database queries with potentially large reporting views by breaking each query up between many worker nodes and reassembling the finalized answer.

Estuary builds free, open-source connectors to extract data from S3 as soon as it arrives, allowing you to easily create always-up-to-date copies of that data across your systems.

Data can then be directed to Snowflake using materializations that are also open-source. Connectors have the ability to keep warehouses as up-to-date as the warehouse can handle, without incurring costs. This allows Snowflake to receive data with 30 seconds to a minute of latency.

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Estuary helps move data from

Amazon S3 to Snowflake in minutes with millisecond latency.

Estuary helps move data fromAmazon S3 to Snowflake in minutes with millisecond latency.

About Estuary

Estuary enables the first fully managed ELT service that combines both millisecond-latency and point-and-click simplicity. Flow empowers customers to analyze and act on both historical and real-time data across their analytics and operational systems for a truly unified and up-to-date view.

Flow is developed in the open and utilizes open source connectors that are compatible with a community standard. By making connectors interchangeable with other systems, the Estuary team hopes to expand the ecosystem for everyone’s benefit, empowering organizations of all sizes to build frictionless data pipelines, regardless of their existing data stack.