Snowflake Data Share

Get access to your Amplitude events via Snowflake's Data Share product.

Amplitude supports Snowflake’s Data Share integration to give customers access to their event data that lives within Amplitude. Amplitude’s integration currently supports sharing a Raw Events table and a Merged ID table.


Amplitude's Snowflake Data Share Export is a paid add on to your Amplitude contract.


Snowflake only supports data share within same region and same cloud. Amplitude's Snowflake is in US West (Oregon) region and using Amazon Web Services. To enable cross region cross cloud data share, reach out to your Account Manager at Amplitude or contact Amplitude Support.

Amplitude supports only one Snowflake Data Share per project for events and merge user queries.

Set up a recurring data export to Snowflake with Data Share

To set up a recurring export of your Amplitude data to Snowflake, follow these steps:


You need admin/manager privileges in Amplitude, as well as a role that allows you to enable resources in Snowflake.

  1. In Amplitude Data, click Catalog and select the Destinations tab.
  2. In the Warehouse Destinations section, click Snowflake Data Share.
  3. Under Access Data via Snowflake Data Share, enter the following information:
    • Account Name: This is the account name on your Snowflake account. It's the first part of your Snowflake URL, after https:// and before ''. For example, if your Snowflake URL is, then you should enter amplitude.
    • Org Name: This is the name of your Snowflake organization.
  4. Choose which data to include in this export: Raw events every 5 minutes, Merged IDs every hour, or both. For events, you can also specify filtering conditions to only export events that meet certain criteria.
  5. Click Next, enter the name of this Snowflake export and click Finish.

When complete, Amplitude sends all future events to Snowflake with Data Share.

Backfill data

After the Share is set up between Amplitude and your Snowflake cluster, Amplitude only loads data from that point forward. To backfill historical data from a period before the connection, specify this in the request when setting up the share.


Contact your Amplitude Account Manager for pricing.

Remove Data Share from Amplitude

To remove the Amplitude data set made available through the Data Share, reach out to your Account Manager at Amplitude or fill out a support request here.

Snowflake export format

Schema Name Description
DB_{ORG_ID} Database

Event table schema

The Event table schema includes the following columns:

  • adid
  • amplitude_event_type
  • amplitude_id
  • app
  • city
  • client_event_time
  • client_upload_time
  • country
  • data
  • device_brand
  • device_carrier
  • device_family
  • device_id
  • device_manufacturer
  • device_model
  • device_type
  • dma
  • event_id
  • event_properties
  • event_time
  • event_type
  • followed_an_identify
  • group_properties
  • groups
  • idfa
  • ip_address
  • is_attribution_event
  • language
  • library
  • location_lat
  • location_lng
  • os_name
  • os_version
  • paying
  • platform
  • processed_time
  • region
  • sample_rate
  • server_upload_time
  • session_id
  • start_version
  • user_creation_time
  • user_id
  • user_properties
  • uuid
  • version_name
  • amplitude_attribution_ids
  • server_received_time
  • global_user_properties
  • partner_id
  • plan
  • source_id
  • data_type

For more information, see the Event Table Schema section of the Snowflake Export documentation.

Merged User table schema

The Merged User table schema contains the following:

  • amplitude_id
  • merge_event_time
  • merge_server_time
  • merged_amplitude_id

For more information, see the Merged User table schema section of the Snowflake Export documentation.

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