DevCycle's Snowflake Data Sharing integration allows you to gain access to all data that are collected by the DevCycle SDKs for your organization. Data Sharing provides a secure and straightforward approach to sharing data between companies.
For further information, you may visit Snowflake's dedicated page on Data Sharing.
The integration is only available to Organizations that are on Business or Enterprise plans at this time.
Your Organization's Snowflake Account Region must be AWS - US East 1.
To begin the setup process for data sharing, you'll need to provide DevCycle with a few details from your Snowflake instance. Please reach out to your contact or to [email protected] and include the following information:
- Name/ID of DevCycle Organization
- Snowflake Account Name
- Snowflake Organization
DevCycle will create the request to share data to your Snowflake instance. Once it's ready, please visit your Snowflake portal to accept the sharing request.
DevCycle's Snowflake Schema containing definitions of each field.
|_ID||string||DVC unique event identifier|
|TYPE||string||Type of the event|
|TARGET||string||Location of tracked event|
|CUSTOMTYPE||string||Custom defined type for the event|
|_PROJECT||string||Unique Project ID|
|_ENVIRONMENT||string||Unique Environment ID|
|DATE||timestamp_ntz||Date on which the event was saved to DVC servers|
|CLIENTDATE||timestamp_ntz||Date on which the event was tracked on the device|
|VALUE||float||Any value associated with the event|
|FEATUREVARS||JSON||Set of Variation IDs mapped to Feature IDs|
|USER||JSON||User and Device information|
|METADATA||JSON||Any metadata associated with the event|
|A0_ORGANIZATION||string||Unique Organization ID|
Contributing to DevCycle or creating a new Integration:
If you would like to contribute to an existing integration or tool, all of DevCycle's tools and integrations are open source on the DevCycle github repository.
Further, if you'd like to create a new tool or integration, a great starting point is DevCycle's Management API which allows you to modify and interact with features and more within a devcycle project, as well as the DevCycle Bucketing API which is used to give users features and variables (as used within the DevCycle SDKs!)