There are a few ways to collaborate with users in your own Snowflake account:
- Create a share: A share is a named Snowflake object that encapsulates all of the information required to share a database. You can create a share of a database and then grant access to specific objects in the database to other users in your account.
- Create a role: A role is a collection of privileges that can be granted to users. You can create a role that grants specific privileges to users who need to collaborate on data.
- Use workspaces: Workspaces are a way to group together related objects, such as databases, tables, and views. You can create a workspace and then invite other users to collaborate on the objects in the workspace.
- Use virtual private clouds (VPCs): VPCs are a way to isolate traffic between different users in your account. You can create a VPC and then invite other users to join the VPC.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind when collaborating with users in your own Snowflake account:
- Use strong passwords and MFA: It is important to use strong passwords and multi-factor authentication (MFA) to protect your account and data.
- Grant access carefully: Only grant users access to the data and objects that they need to access.
- Monitor activity: Monitor user activity to make sure that users are not accessing data or objects that they should not be accessing.
- Use encryption: Use encryption to protect your data.
By following these tips, you can collaborate with users in your own Snowflake account securely.