Enabling SSO on Snowflake

Automatic deployment

~ 5 min to complete

Grant correct rights

You need to grant CREATE INTEGRATION to the Snowflake role of your configured Snowboard technical user. If you have followed the setup procedure in this documentation you can add these rights with:
GRANT CREATE INTEGRATION ON ACCOUNT TO ROLE snowboard_role;

Enable SSO

Logged into Snowboard as admin user, click the Enable SSO Button on the corresponding account on the Snowboard settings page.

Manual deployment

~ 15 min to complete
You need an ACCOUNTADMIN user to follow this guide.

Create security integration

Create a custom security integration by running the following query. Replace {{origin}} with the domain and protocol your Snowboard installation is running and {{host_name}} with the Snowflake account name.
CREATE SECURITY INTEGRATION SNOWBOARD
type = oauth
enabled = true
oauth_client = custom
oauth_client_type='CONFIDENTIAL'
OAUTH_ALLOW_NON_TLS_REDIRECT_URI = true
oauth_redirect_uri='{{origin}}/api/auth/snowflake/callback/{{host_name}}';

Add data to Snowboard

Logged into Snowboard as admin user, click the Enable SSO Button on the corresponding account on the Snowboard settings page. You will get a warning that your user doesn't have correct rights to automatically enable SSO.
Enter the correct information from Snowflake by extracting the data from the following queries:
DESCRIBE SECURITY INTEGRATION SNOWBOARD;
This query conveys the data for:
  • Authorization Endpoint
  • Token Endpoint
  • Redirect URI
SELECT d:OAUTH_CLIENT_ID::text as OAUTH_CLIENT_ID,
d:OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET::text as OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET
FROM (SELECT parse_json(SYSTEM$SHOW_OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRETS('SNOWBOARD')) as d);
This query conveys the data for:
  • Client-ID
  • Client Secret
After entering the correct information save the configuration by pressing the Save Button
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Enable SSO
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Create security integration
Add data to Snowboard