Last Updated: August 24, 2020
To deliver services, Snowflake Inc. (“Snowflake”) and its Affiliates may use third-party data processors (“Third-Party Sub-Processors”) and Snowflake Affiliates to process Customer Data. Capitalized terms not defined on this page have the meanings ascribed to them by the terms set forth in the Snowflake Terms of Service or the written agreement between you and Snowflake, as applicable (the “Agreement”).
By subscribing to receive updates about this page, you will be notified by email about changes to Snowflake’s Third-Party Sub-processors and Snowflake Affiliates that may be involved in processing your Customer Data. Third-Party Sub-Processors
|Amazon Web Services (AWS)||Cloud hosting and infrastructure provider||United States and other locations (as reflected on our Consumption Table) as selected by you|
|Google Cloud Platform (GCP)|
Snowflake Affiliates with personnel that may be used to process Customer Data
|Snowflake Computing Pty Ltd.||Provision of technical services, support services, and supporting the provision and maintenance of the Service||Australia|
|Snowflake Computing Canada Inc.||Canada|
|Snowflake Computing France SAS||France|
|Snowflake Computing GmbH||Germany|
|Snowflake Computing India LLP||India|
|Snowflake Computing Netherlands B.V.||Netherlands|
|Snowflake Computing Singapore Pte. Ltd.||Singapore|
|Snowflake Computing Spain S.L.||Spain|
|Snowflake Switzerland GmbH||Switzerland|
|SNFL Technologies AB||Sweden|
|Snowflake Computing U.K. Limited||United Kingdom|
|Snowflake Inc.||United States|
How can current Snowflake customers subscribe to updates? Current Snowflake customers must subscribe to receive email notification of updates to Third-Party Sub-processors and such Snowflake Affiliates by submitting (1) the email address for such notifications and (2) the full name of the legal entity that has signed the Agreement with Snowflake. By submitting this information, you represent that you are a Snowflake customer and have all necessary rights to provide this information to Snowflake.
How can current Snowflake customers object to a new Sub-Processor? If you are a current Snowflake customer, with a fully executed data processing agreement (“DPA”) in place with Snowflake, you may notify us of an objection to Snowflake’s use of a new Third-Party Sub-Processor used to process your Customer Data by sending such objection to [email protected] within fourteen (14) days after Snowflake’s notice of such new Third-Party Sub-Processor, or such other period of time as set forth in your DPA. Objections shall be handled as described in the DPA.