Snowflake offered a free 30-day trial that allowed you to explore their cloud data platform for a duration of 30 days at no cost.
To create a Snowflake free trial account, you can follow these general steps:
Step-1: Go to the Snowflake website: https://signup.snowflake.com/.
Step-2: You will be prompted to fill out a form with your personal and company information.
This typically includes details such as your name, email address, company name, and Snowflake may also ask for your role and specific use case. And click on the “Continue” button.
Step-3: Select your cloud platform, region, and Snowflake Edition.
Step-4: After completing the registration form, you may receive an email from Snowflake to verify your email address. Click on the verification link in the email.
Step-5: You will be redirected to the Snowflake login page. After activating your account, you will need to select a username and password. You’ll use these credentials every time you want to log in and access Snowflake.
Step-6: After successfully creating a username and password, you will be prompted to sign in. Use the credentials you’ve just created to sign in.
Note: To access Snowflake, you will use the dedicated login URL along with your account credentials. You may have received this URL in your email, Refer Step-4.
Here’s a general format for a Snowflake login URL:
Here are some additional things to note:
- You will get $400 worth of free usage for 30 days.
- During the trial period, users can explore and utilize the full range of features and capabilities offered by the Snowflake data platform.
- Users can choose their preferred edition (e.g., Standard, Enterprise, or other editions) and cloud platform (e.g., AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud) for their trial account based on their specific needs and preferences.
- You do not need to provide any billing information to create a free trial account.
- At the end of the trial, your account will be suspended. Although you can still log in, you will not have access to any features.
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