Last Updated: July 8, 2022
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”).
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|Authorized Third-Party Sub-processors|
|Sub-processor||Purpose||Location||Transfer Mechanism||Sub-processor Resources|
|Amazon Web Services||Cloud hosting and infrastructure provider||Customer Selected*||SCCs||AWS Sub-processors*|
|Microsoft Azure||Cloud hosting and infrastructure provider||Customer Selected*||SCCs||Azure Sub-processors*|
|Google Cloud Platform||Cloud hosting and infrastructure provider||Customer Selected*||SCCs||GCP Sub-processors*|
|Authorized Snowflake Affiliates|
|Snowflake Computing Pty Ltd.*||Provision of technical services, support services, and supporting the provision, management and maintenance of the Service.||Australia||SCCs|
|Snowflake Computing Canada Inc.||Canada|
|Snowflake Computing France SAS||France|
|Snowflake Computing GmbH||Germany|
|SNFL Cloudtech India Private Limited*||India|
|Snowflake Computing Netherlands B.V.||Netherlands|
|Snowflake Computing Singapore Pte. Ltd.*||Singapore|
|Snowflake Computing U.K. Limited||United Kingdom|
|SNFL Technologies AB||Sweden|
|Snowflake Computing Spain S.L.||Spain|
|Snowflake Switzerland GmbH||Switzerland|
|Snowflake Inc.*||United States|
|Snowflake Cloudtech Israel Ltd.||Israel|
|Snowflake Finland Oy||Finland|
|Snowflake Poland Sp. z o.o.||Poland|
|Snowflake Korea YH||South Korea|
|Snowflake Middle East FZ-LLC*||United Arab Emirates|
|Snowflake Technologies Mexico S. de R.L. de C.V.*||Mexico|
|Snowflake Italy S.r.l.||Italy|
|Snowflake Computing Ireland Limited||Ireland|
|Snowflake Brazil ltda.*||Brazil|
* An overview of relevant laws and practices of relevant third countries for purposes of Clause(14)(c) of the standard contractual clauses approved pursuant to Commission Decision (EU) 2021/914 of 4 June 2021 and the International Data Transfer Addendum issued by the Information Commissioner’s Office under s.119(A) of the UK Data Protection Act 2018, are available by emailing [email protected]. Where an update to this page (as indicated in the Updates Summary below) is regarding Clause(14)(c), please email [email protected] to request further information regarding such change.
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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 your DPA.