Secure Data Sharing enables sharing selected objects in a database in your account with other Snowflake accounts. The following Snowflake database objects can be shared:
Secure materialized views
Snowflake enables the sharing of databases through shares, which are created by data providers and “imported” by data consumers.
Note: All database objects shared between accounts are read-only (i.e. the objects cannot be modified or deleted, including adding or modifying table data).
For more details, see How Data Sharing Works?
This integration will help automating the management of Snowflake Data Sharing through Collibra automated business processes and the Spring Boot application provided in this template.
As the data steward and data provider, I want to create Share where one/all tables are added individually or added from a Data Set.
As the data steward and data provider, I want to remove one/all tables are removed individually from a Share.
As the data steward and data provider, I want to grant Share access to a given data consumer.
As the data steward and data provider, I want to revoked access given to a data consumer from a Share.
As the data steward and data provider, I want to delete Share after removing all tables and revoked all granted access.
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- Manage and enabling data share between Snowflake Accounts
- CMA containing new asset types and workflows
- SBI template
- Snowflake JDBC
- Collibra Data Intelligence Cloud
- Collibra Data Intelligence On-Prem
- Collibra API v2
- Java Runtime Environment 11
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