The Keebo engineering team is always working on new features and improvements. Our latest update to Keebo Warehouse Optimization for Snowflake brings you more visibility and flexibility than ever before. Here are the highlights.
Snowflake has good capability to optimize and reduce your bill–if you can find the time to learn and do it. Or you could offload this task to AI.
If you research how to optimize Snowflake queries to reduce costs, you’ll find many customers rely on tedious and manual processes, making it an ideal target for AI and automation.
Type 2 certification demonstrates Keebo’s commitment to secure design and operations so you can try it with confidence.
Many companies promise to lower your Snowflake bill through optimization. But what are they really offering to do for you? The answer is…not enough.
Of all the ways to optimize Snowflake we have discussed in this series, perhaps the easiest one is optimizing your warehouse settings. However, it is also the area that will most directly affect your Snowflake costs, so it is important to monitor warehouse settings frequently as a mistake here will work against you and even nullify the efforts you have made in other areas.
Keebo has joined Snowflake's Partner Network to help customers get the most from the Snowflake Data Cloud.
There are 3 types of schema in a relational database: physical, logical, and external. You need to make the right decisions at all 3 of these levels based on business requirements and data semantics. Doing so will directly impact data ingestion and query performance as well, which of course impacts your Snowflake compute usage (direct cost).
Inefficient or poorly written queries are one of the biggest factors to consider when reducing Snowflake costs. Here are the top 8 mistakes we see that are easiest to correct and can have an immediate impact on query performance and cost.
The first 3 months of the year brought improvements to spend analytics, warehouse optimization, and security.