Hasura supports connecting to a Snowflake service to automatically build a GraphQL API based on its schema.
- Hasura GraphQL Engine
To try Hasura with Snowflake, you'll need a new or existing Snowflake instance.
Here are 2 ways you can get started with Hasura and Snowflake:
- Hasura Cloud: You'll need to be able to access your Snowflake instance service from Hasura Cloud.
- Docker: Run Hasura with Docker and then connect your Snowflake instance to Hasura.
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Managing data with the Hasura Console
The Hasura Console is a web UI that allows you to manage your data and metadata. It is available at
http://localhost:8080/console when you run Hasura locally, or from your project's Console endpoint when you use
The data-management features (such as creating tables) are available in the
Data tab. You can access your GraphQL API
API tab and interact with it using the GraphiQL interface.
We recommend using your preferred Snowflake client instead. The Hasura Console is designed to be a tool for managing your GraphQL API, and not a full-fledged database management tool.
Keep up to date
Currently, Hasura supports read-only queries, subscriptions, relationships, and permissions on Snowflake.
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