Snowflake integration and access
This article addresses how to enable Snowflake access for involve.ai to 1) query the data and 2) view the data.
In order for Snowflake to share data with involve.ai, a Snowflake administrator/superuser must create a service account or managed account and enable view permissions.
How to Provide Snowflake Access to involve.ai
Administrators/Superusers can provide access to Snowflake through either 1) service account or 2) managed account creation.
1) Access via Service Account
Navigate to Snowflake
Navigate to IAM (Identity and Access Management) by typing "IAM" into the search bar.
Click on Roles.
Click on the Create Role button.
Assign involve.ai the AmazonRedshiftReadOnlyAccess role.
2) Access via Managed Account
Navigate to Snowflake.
Locate the database that will provide access to involve.ai.
Use the Create User command to create a new database user.
Please refer to this article on how to create a managed account in Snowflake