Want to hear about the latest product advancements from Snowflake and how they can enable you to evolve your business in new ways?
Join us for Snowday, a free half-day event in which we’ll show you how Snowflake is continuing its rapid pace of innovation across the Data Cloud. Watch keynotes from Snowflake executives, experience product demos and deep dives on the latest advancements that teach you how to put them into practice, and ask Snowflake experts your questions in a live Q&A session.
“As with all of our events, I always look forward to hearing from Snowflake’s leaders about their vision of the future of Snowflake and the Data Cloud,” said Kent Graziano, Chief Technical Evangelist & Strategic Advisor at Snowflake. “It’s exciting to see what we will do next!”
“Having heard from many happy customers, I’m continually impressed with how Snowflake delivers what they need to deliver business value from their data,” said Jennifer Belissent, Principal Data Strategist at Snowflake. “I look forward to hearing how we have enhanced Snowflake’s products and services—both in response to customer requests and to push the envelope with innovative new features.”
Register in your region:
North America: November 16
Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific: November 17
Here are the highlights from the full agenda:
Opening Keynote: The View Ahead with Benoit Dageville, Christian Kleinerman, and Special Guests
Snowflake’s Co-Founder and President of Products, Benoit Dageville, and SVP, Product Management, Christian Kleinerman, will unveil the latest Snowflake advancements for Snowpark development, multi-cloud operations, and more. You’ll also see demos of how our customers are using Snowflake’s new capabilities for better business outcomes.
What’s New: Cross-Cloud Replication for Continuous Global Operations
This session will dive into Snowgrid, the unique technology that powers Snowflake’s cross-cloud features, as well as new capabilities that extend replication from databases to account metadata and enable seamless interoperability across clouds and regions in the event of a disruption.
What’s New: Snowflake for Data Science
In this session, we’ll explore exciting new Snowpark enhancements, walk you through demos of these new capabilities, and help you see what new use cases could open up within your organization.
What’s New: Snowflake for Data Engineering
Join this session to learn how you can build faster, more performant, and smarter data pipelines, using the language of your choice with Snowpark, all in a single platform with near-zero maintenance. You will also see some of our latest capabilities in action.
What’s New: Snowflake for Data Lakes and Beyond
In this session, hear from product managers Saurin Shah and James Malone on Snowflake’s vision for data storage to simplify data architectures and see demos of recent innovations.
How Siemens GBS Built a Data Strategy on Snowflake
Hear from Matthias Egelhaaf, Head of Digital Solutions at Siemens GBS, and his team as they walk through their journey of moving from monolithic, siloed systems to a globally distributed data mesh enabled by Snowflake.
Live Q&A with Snowflake’s Product and Engineering Team
Members of Snowflake’s product and engineering team will answer your questions about Snowflake Data Cloud live.
Registration is free and immediate. Register now to reserve your spot.
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