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Join Us For Upcoming Webinar: SAP Data Lakes Powered by Snowflake

Jared Hillam

Jared Hillam

August 24, 2019


SAP customers are challenged with acquiring data from their valuable applications. Unlocking that data into an affordable and performant platform has long been the desire of many SAP customers. Snowflake is that platform. The cost of storage is low, and the speed of query performance is consistently the fastest, but how can SAP customers take advantage of it, connect to it, and secure it for broad corporate use?

HVR, INTRICITY, and Snowflake will be presenting a webinar on Wednesday, May 6th, about how to set up an SAP DataLake on Snowflake. In this event you will learn about:

+ Streaming data from SAP

+ Landing Data into Snowflake

+ SAP Data Lake on Snowflake architecture

+ Managing Access Control to the SAP Data Lake on Snowflake

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Want to continue learning more about Snowflake? Come back every month for our next topic in our Snowflake ProTalk series. Each topic will be different, but the one commonality will be that it revolves around optimizing Snowflake for you, your business and IT teams and your company. 

Have you missed some of our past webinars? Click here to see the rest of our Snowflake ProTalk recordings:

If you don't find what you're looking for and you don't see an upcoming Snowflake ProTalk covering a specific topic, let us know and we will cover it in an upcoming webinar or help address any concerns you may have. 

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