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AtScale in Action: Scaling Self-Serve BI Program on Snowflake With a Semantic Layer

August 11, 2021 No Comments

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The ability to access data from Snowflake in a consistent manner is crucial for scaling analytics programs and building a self-service BI culture. In addition to providing control and analytics governance, the AtScale universal semantic layer accelerates BI query performance and helps control runaway compute costs. AtScale forms a single source of truth for important business metrics and analysis dimensions.

In this tutorial, we’re going to use AtScale to build a semantic layer for Snowflake and consume data via several popular BI tools. We’ll also explain how AtScale can help you to scale self-service BI on Snowflake. Let’s get started.

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