Last Updated: January 5, 2024

External Offerings Terms

These External Offerings Terms (“External Offerings Terms”) apply to Customer’s use of External Offerings in connection with the Service, as defined in the agreement between Customer and Snowflake or one of the Snowflake Affiliates under which Customer is granted access and use of Snowflake’s software-as-a-service offering, together with all expressly incorporated addenda, policies, exhibits, attachments, Order Forms, and other terms incorporated by reference therein (“Agreement”).

By accessing or using any External Offerings, Customer is accepting all of the terms and conditions of these External Offerings Terms. 

Snowflake may update or change these External Offerings Terms, including by posting updated terms on the Snowflake website. For material changes or changes that have a material impact on Customer, to the extent Snowflake is able to confirm Customer is affected, Snowflake will provide reasonable notice to Customer to the email address registered and maintained in the Service or, if no such email is registered, Customer acknowledges that the means of notification shall be at Snowflake’s reasonable discretion (which may include using the Customer-designated email address associated with the OrgAdmin or AccountAdmin roles of the affected Account(s)). Where no such email is registered, Customer acknowledges that Snowflake’s ability to timely notify shall be negatively impacted. Notices will be deemed to have been received by the addressee upon the day of sending by email. Snowflake may change its email address for notices under these Terms by providing Customer written notice in accordance with this section. Customer may change its email address for notices by updating it within the Service. For any changes which may cause Customer to be in noncompliance with these External Offerings Terms, Snowflake will provide thirty (30) days’ written notice prior to the effective date of such changes. Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy if it does not agree to any updates or changes to these External Offerings Terms will be to terminate (in accordance with Section 4 (Term and Termination)) these External Offerings Terms within ten (10) days of the occurrence of any update or change to these External Offerings Terms. Customer’s failure to so terminate these External Offerings Terms will constitute Customer’s consent to such update or change.


Capitalized terms used in these External Offerings Terms have the meaning indicated in the Agreement unless otherwise set forth in these External Offerings Terms.

“Anaconda Packages” means the Anaconda-provided packages, as described in the Anaconda Repo.

Anaconda Repo” means the Anaconda-provided package repository located at

“Effective Date” means the date of Customer’s initial installation or use of an External Offering.

“Mapbox” means the mapping platform as further described at

“Org Admin” means an individual authorized by Customer to: (i) maintain the organization administrator system role for the Service and the External Offerings; and (ii) manage operations at the organization level.


The External Offerings currently available for Customer’s use in connection with the Service include the following:

  1. Anaconda Repo and Packages
  2. Mapbox


3.1 Customer acknowledges and agrees that External Offerings are not part of the Service. Customer will acquire and maintain all rights and licenses to the applicable External Offering necessary for Customer’s use thereof in connection with the Service, including pursuant to any governing terms from the External Offering service provider that may apply to such External Offering (“Additional Terms”). Customer shall use all External Offerings in accordance with (a) these External Offerings Terms; (b) any applicable Additional Terms; (c) the Documentation; and (d) all applicable laws and regulations, including any applicable data protection laws or regulations. Further, Customer shall not use External Offerings in a manner that (i) causes Snowflake to be in breach of its obligations under applicable laws and regulations; or (ii) violates the rights or terms of any third party.

3.2 Customer acknowledges and agrees that External Offerings are not created or maintained by Snowflake, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these External Offerings Terms, and that Snowflake accepts no responsibility or liability of any kind for any External Offering or the content or information made available in any External Offering.


These External Offerings Terms are effective as of the Effective Date and will continue until either party provides the other party written notice of termination or unless otherwise terminated in accordance with this Section 4 (the “Term”). The aforementioned written notice shall be submitted by the terminating party at least thirty (30) calendar days prior to the effective date of termination. If a party provides notice of termination, that party shall specify which External Offering from Section 2 (Available External Offerings) is being terminated. 


Customer may terminate these External Offerings Terms by ceasing to use the relevant External Offering.


Snowflake reserves the right, without incurring any associated liability, to terminate these External Offerings Terms and/or temporarily limit, suspend, or terminate Customer’s access to or use of any External Offering in connection with the Service at any time if Snowflake determines or reasonably suspects that: (i) Customer is violating any applicable laws, policies, or agreements (including these External Offerings Terms); (ii) Customer is abusing Snowflake’s services; or (iii) Customer has created any legal, regulatory, security, or reputational risks for Snowflake.


If a court of competent jurisdiction holds any provision of these External Offerings Terms to be unenforceable or invalid, that provision will be limited to the minimum extent necessary so that these External Offerings Terms will otherwise remain in effect. Section headings are inserted for convenience only and shall not affect the construction of these External Offerings Terms. The term “including” and its derivatives shall be interpreted to mean “including without limitation.” These External Offerings Terms, together with the Agreement, are the complete and exclusive statement of the mutual understanding of the parties and supersede and cancel all previous written and oral agreements and communications relating to the subject matter of these External Offerings Terms. Except as specifically set forth in these External Offerings Terms, all terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect. In the event of any conflict between these External Offerings Terms and the Agreement, these External Offerings Terms will control with respect to the subject matter herein.

1 For clarity, where Customer’s Agreement refers to the defined term “Third-Party Applications”, such reference shall be interpreted to refer to External Offerings.