Git in Snowflake limitations

This topic describes limitations for using Git repositories from within Snowflake.

  • Interaction between Snowflake and a Git repository is currently read-only, in which repository files may be read from the repository, but not written to it.

  • Access to Git repositories from Snowflake is supported only over the public internet. For example, access is not supported to repositories that are behind a private network.

  • Sharing repository stages is not supported through data sharing or apps built on the Snowflake Native App Framework.

  • Creating repository stages inside application packages is not supported and might be blocked in the future.

  • Creating repository stages inside native applications on the consumer side is not supported.