Snowflake monitoring and altering

Snowflake monitoring and altering

Monitoring and alerting are critical aspects of managing a Snowflake data warehouse environment effectively. Snowflake provides various tools and features to help you monitor the performance, usage, and health of your data warehouse, and set up alerts to proactively address issues. Here's a guide on how to monitor and set up alerts in Snowflake:

1. Snowflake Account Usage Dashboard:

Snowflake offers a web-based user interface where you can monitor overall account usage, query performance, and resource consumption. You can access this dashboard through the Snowflake web interface.

2. Snowflake Information Schema:

The INFORMATION_SCHEMA database in Snowflake contains metadata about your Snowflake account, objects, and usage. You can query this schema to gather insights about your data warehouse.

3. Snowflake Account Usage Views:

Snowflake provides system-defined views in the ACCOUNT_USAGE schema that allow you to track resource utilization and user activity. You can use these views to create custom reports and dashboards.

If you're looking to enhance your Data Cloud management by implementing proactive alerts and notifications for suboptimal workload performance, as well as staying informed about potential cost-saving opportunities, Bluesky provides a range of notification and alerting systems. Whether you prefer email, Slack, or PagerDuty, our systems are designed to keep you continuously updated with the latest insights and findings. This enables you to take swift action and resolve issues promptly. Learn more about Bluesky Alert system for Snowflake.