Immuta, the leader in data access and data security, today announced that it has been approved by Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, as a Snowflake Ready Technology Validation Partner, the first in Snowflake’s “Data Security” partner category. Achieving this validation confirms that Immuta’s Snowflake integrations adhere to the platform’s best practices around performance, reliability, and security.
“With this validation, customers can fully trust that our technology and integrations are tested and proven to work seamlessly with Snowflake,” said Steve Touw, CTO, Immuta. “We’ve been a proud Snowflake partner for years and this achievement demonstrates our continued commitment to our shared vision for the modern data stack, reinforcing Immuta’s leadership position in the data security market as Snowflake’s first partner to be validated in their data security category.”
This validation comes on the heels of three recent expanded integrations and solutions for Immuta and Snowflake, including:
- Immuta’s Snowflake Data Lineage integration that enables Immuta customers to automatically propagate data classification tags across the data lifecycle, making it easier for customers to enforce data policies.
- Immuta’s joint data sharing solution that automates secure Data Sharing management for Snowflake customers. These collaborations were tightly coordinated through a strong partnership between Immuta and Snowflake.
- Immuta’s expanded Wipro partnership for advanced Snowflake solutions that enhances Wipro’s capabilities for Snowflake to also deliver Immuta’s data access and security offerings to joint customers when migrating their data to the cloud.
“Immuta’s Technology Ready status reflects the company’s continued investment in our strong partnership, which is focused on providing robust data solutions for our joint customers,” said Tarik Dwiek, Senior Director, Technology Alliances, Snowflake. “Immuta is a true leader in the data security space, and with this validation, we can ensure a seamless user experience for our customers leveraging Immuta’s data security and access integrations.”
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