Kensu Platform now powered by Snowflake

Kensu has partnered with Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, to better aid data practitioners in gaining full visibility into their real-time data with Snowflake's expansive data storage, processing, and analytics capabilities. The Kensu Platform, Powered by Snowflake, will offer enhanced analytics and master data management to joint customers.

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Data environments have grown increasingly complex, and data issues, such as broken data pipelines, incomplete datasets, or schema changes, can be detrimental if not properly handled or prevented. By building the Kensu Platform on Snowflake, Kensu will be able to deliver solutions to data teams while preventing data issues through its core architecture.

The solution is one of the first of its kind for data teams and allows users to lower maintenance costs, mitigate data-related risks, and improve scalability. The Kensu Community Edition is now also powered by Snowflake’s single, integrated platform, enabling more users to seamlessly deploy Kensu’s agent-based approach to deliver real-time, contextual data observations with a free, unlimited-time developer environment.

“We’re excited to partner with Snowflake and build within the Data Cloud to further the availability of data observability at the source to companies from small to large enterprises. This is an important step in ensuring data teams have the 360 data observability they need and can trust what they deliver,” said Eleanor Treharne-Jones, CEO of Kensu.

“Snowflake’s mission is to mobilize the world’s data and we aim to do that through partnerships like the one we have with Kensu,” said Scott Schilling, Senior Director of Global Partner Development at Snowflake. “We look forward to watching the Kensu Platform enhance our customers’ ability to trust and mobilize their data in the service of the enterprise as a Powered by Snowflake partner.”

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