We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"Snowflake goes by credits. For a financial institution where you have 5,000 employees, monthly costs may run up to maybe $5,000 to $6,000. This is actually based on the usage. It is mostly the compute cost. Your computing cost is the variable that is actually based on your usage. It is pay-per-use. In a pay-per-use case, you won't be spending more than $6,000 to $7,000 a month. It is not more than that for a small or medium enterprise, and it may come down to $100K per year. Storage is very standard, which is $23 a terabyte. It is not much for any enterprise. If you have even 20 terabytes, you are not spending more than $400 per month, which may turn out to be $2,000 to $3,000 per annum."
"It is per credit. It has a use-it-as-you-go model. We bought a chunk of 20,000 credits, and they were lasting us for at least a year. We didn't have the scale of data like a much larger company to consume more credits. For us, it was very inexpensive. Their strategy is just to leverage what you've got and put Snowflake in the middle. It doesn't make it expensive because most of the organizations already have reporting tools. Now, if you were starting from scratch, it might be cheaper to go a different way."
"The price of the solution is reasonable."
"The pricing for Snowflake is competitive."
"The price of Snowflake is quite reasonable."
"Currently, we have a trial account, so we don't need a license. After our project starts, we would need a permanent license."
"Pricing is approximately $US 50 per DB. Terabyte is around $US 50 per month."
"The price of Snowflake is very reasonable."
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Snowflake provides a data warehouse built for the cloud, delivering a solution capable of solving problems for which legacy, on-premises and cloud data platforms were not designed.
Treasure Data is a cloud service for the entire data pipeline, including acquisition, storage, and analysis. We manage and support the entire infrastructure so you can focus on what you do best, analyzing data, rather than managing it.
Snowflake is ranked 1st in Data Warehouse with 40 reviews while Treasure Data is ranked 27th in Data Warehouse. Snowflake is rated 8.4, while Treasure Data is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Snowflake writes "Fast, convenient and requires almost no administration". On the other hand, Snowflake is most compared with Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics, Amazon Redshift, Vertica, Teradata and Firebolt, whereas Treasure Data is most compared with .
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