Updates

Improved authentication with OAuth 2.0 for Snowflake connector

Updates

  • Choose between username/password and OAuth 2.0 when creating a Snowflake connection.
  • Customers who use SSO login (instead of username/password) can now create Snowflake connections.
  • Existing connection using username/password can continue to work without any disruption.

Benefits

  • Improved compliance with OAuth 2.0 (token) compared to Username/Password.
  • Tokens have an expiry time, making it less vulnerable.
  • OAuth 2.0 connections with the Snowflake connector handle token refresh automatically, making it super easy to use.

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