Copy Data from Snowflake to AWS

To copy data from Snowflake into AWS S3 without creating storage integration, you can use a named external stage. This way, you define the credentials and S3 bucket details within the stage itself rather than creating a storage integration. Here's how you can do it:

  1. Create the external stage

  2. Copy data into the S3 bucket

Here’s the process step-by-step:

  1. Create the external stage:

Replace your-bucket-name, your-path, your-aws-access-key-id, and your-aws-secret-access-key with your actual S3 bucket name, path, AWS access key ID, and secret access key, respectively.

URL = 's3://your-bucket-name/your-path/'
  AWS_KEY_ID = 'your-aws-access-key-id'
  AWS_SECRET_KEY = 'your-aws-secret-access-key'
  1. Copy data into the S3 bucket:

Replace your-file-name with the desired file name in the S3 bucket and your_table with the name of the table you want to export.

COPY INTO @my_s3_stage/your-file-name
FROM your_table

This way, you don’t need to create a storage integration, and you can still copy data from Snowflake to S3.

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