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SQL Extensibility Features with Snowflake

This course will teach you how to use various SQL extensibility features like stored procedures, user-defined functions, and views in the Snowflake data cloud platform.
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Intermediate
Updated
Oct 4, 2021
Duration
1h 1m
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Level
Intermediate
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Oct 4, 2021
Duration
1h 1m
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Description

Snowflake provides a number interfaces that you can use to write an application that connects to Snowflake. In this course, SQL Extensibility Features with Snowflake, you’ll learn to use various SQL extensibility features and their significance on the Snowflake data cloud platform. First, you’ll explore stored procedures and their advantages. Next, you’ll discover user-defined functions with their use cases. Finally, you’ll learn how to use views and keep them secure. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of building reusable SQL components needed to build scalable Snowflake data in the cloud.

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About the author

Pinal Dave is a Pluralsight Developer Evangelist.

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Course Overview
Hello everyone, this is Pinal Dave, and welcome all of you to new course, SQL Extensibility Features with Snowflake. I'm a SQL Performance Tuning Expert at SQLAuthority.com. Every single day we come across lots of data. Snowflake is one of the most powerful platforms where we can build data‑centric robust applications. In this course, SQL Extensibility Features with Snowflake, you will learn to use various SQL extensibility features and their significance on the Snowflake Data Cloud. First, you'll explore stored procedures and their advantages. Next, you will discover user‑defined functions with their use cases. Finally, you will learn how to use views and keep them secure. We will also learn how to measure the performance of various features with the help of query profiling. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of building reusable SQL components needed to build scalable Snowflake data applications in the cloud. I hope you will join me on this journey to SQL Extensibility Features with Snowflake, at Pluralsight.