Can you give me a detailed history of Snowflake’s new Native App Framework?

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Can you give me a detailed history of Snowflake’s new Native App Framework?

Alejandro Penzini Answered question October 18, 2023
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The Snowflake Native App Framework was first announced in September 2021 at the Snowflake Summit conference. It was released in Private Preview in November 2021, and in Public Preview in June 2022.

The Native App Framework is a platform that allows developers to build applications that run directly within the Snowflake platform. This means that applications built with the Native Application Framework can benefit from Snowflake’s performance, scalability, and security features.

The Native App Framework provides a number of features that make it easy to build and deploy Snowflake Native Apps, including:

A development environment that includes tools for code editing, debugging, and testing.
A deployment pipeline that makes it easy to publish and install Snowflake Native Apps.
A marketplace where Snowflake Native Apps can be shared and discovered.
The Native App Framework is still in Public Preview, but it is already being used by a number of companies to build innovative data applications. For example, the DTCC is using the Native App Framework to build a new application for managing risk and compliance.

Here is a detailed history of the Snowflake Native App Framework:

September 2021: Snowflake announces the Native App Framework at the Snowflake Summit conference.
November 2021: The Native App Framework is released in Private Preview.
June 2022: The Native App Framework is released in Public Preview.
The Native App Framework is a significant development for the Snowflake platform. It makes it possible to build and deploy data applications directly within Snowflake, which can help companies to improve the performance, scalability, and security of their data workloads.

I hope this information is helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Alejandro Penzini Answered question October 18, 2023
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