October 03-05, 2023 — 7.35 Release Notes¶
The release has completed.
For differences between the in-advance and final versions of these release notes, see Release Notes Change Log.
Budgets — Preview¶
With this release, we are pleased to announce the preview of Budgets which enables account-level monitoring and notification of Snowflake credit usage for a group of specific Snowflake objects. You can define a monthly spending limit on the compute costs for supported objects in your account. In addition to your account budget, you can create custom budgets to monitor credit usage for a custom group of objects. Budgets sends you a notification when your credit usage is on track to exceed your monthly limit.
For more information, see Monitoring Credit Usage with Budgets.
Dynamic tables refreshed on creation by default — Preview¶
With this release, we are pleased to announce that Snowflake dynamic tables, including those with a downstream lag, now refresh upon creation.
For more information, see Dynamic table initialization.
Data Collaboration Updates¶
Allow non-admins to set up Cross-Cloud Auto-Fulfillment¶
With this release, users with the ACCOUNTADMIN role can delegate privileges to non-admin roles to allow other users to set up auto-fulfillment and share listings with consumers in other regions.
For details, see Becoming a provider of listings.
Offer a limited trial of a data product on the Snowflake Marketplace — Preview¶
With this release, we are pleased to announce the preview of offering a limited trial of a data product. You can now offer a trial or sample of a data product to any consumer on the Snowflake Marketplace. Consumers can then trial your data product and request unlimited access to a full data product. As a provider, you can then choose which requests to fulfill and offer unlimited access to your data product privately to specific consumers.
For more details about different ways to share data products, see About listings.
For details about preparing to offer a limited trial of a data product, see Preparing to offer a limited trial listing.
With the release of limited trials of data products, personalized listings will no longer be available for new listings.
Web Interface Updates¶
Task graph run debugging — Preview¶
With this release, we are pleased to announce the preview of task graph run debugging.
For a given task graph in your account, you can review the run history to identify critical failing tasks that prevent a graph from completing, long-running tasks, inefficient task graphs, and other monitoring and debugging cases.
For more information, see Viewing Task History in Snowsight.
Release Notes Change Log¶
Task graph run debugging — Preview
Added to Web Interface Updates
Budgets — Preview
Added to New Features