Free Trials of Dataiku Cloud¶
It’s easy to get started with Dataiku Cloud by creating a free trial—either directly with Dataiku or, for those who may prefer, through Snowflake Partner Connect.
If you have questions or issues during your trial, reach out to support.
Open the Dataiku Cloud Launchpad.
Sign in using your Dataiku account. Or sign up to create a new account. We may send you an email to validate your email address.
Review the legal documentation, fill out your name, region, and a few other details — and you’re in!
In the Overview panel of your space, click Turn On (if not already on).
Once your instance has powered up, click Open Instance within the Design node tile to open your Dataiku instance in a new tab.
Your instance should already be started with the latest available release. You are ready to create your first project!
Learn more about the Dataiku Cloud Launchpad for tips on managing your space.
A Dataiku Cloud trial through Snowflake Partner Connect provides the following benefits:
an end-to-end AI solution up & running in minutes
30 days of free Dataiku Cloud trial
ready-to-use sample projects securely connected to your Snowflake account
the ability to easily create additional Snowflake connections and use your data in Dataiku
If you already have a Dataiku Cloud account, you can create a new connection for Snowflake.
A Snowflake Account — To use Snowflake Partner Connect, you will need to sign in to your Snowflake account or sign up for a new free trial.
To sign up for a free Snowflake trial, use the same email address that you use to connect to Dataiku.
When signing up for a free trial, you’ll also need to identify a cloud storage provider.
After you sign up for a free Snowflake trial, you’ll receive an email message from Snowflake that you can use to activate your Snowflake account. Remember to save this email message. The email contains a link where you can access Snowflake Partner Connect.
Sign up for a Dataiku Cloud trial from Snowflake Partner Connect¶
Sign in to Snowflake using your username and password.
On the Snowflake console, verify that your user is operating under the Account Admin role. To do this:
Click your account name in the upper right-hand corner.
Choose Switch Role from the drop-down list.
In the top navigation bar, click Partner Connect.
Where Snowflake displays partner offers, select the Dataiku tile.
Review the information, and click Connect and then Activate.
Complete the Dataiku Snowflake Partner trial registration¶
The Dataiku Snowflake Partner trial registration displays.
Sign up using the pre-filled email address (this should be the same email address that you used to set up your Snowflake account).
You’ll receive a verification email message. From the email message, confirm your email address.
Accept the legal terms and conditions, and complete the additional user information.
Once completed, an instance of Dataiku Cloud is created for you. Wait for it to finish powering up. Click Open Dataiku DSS to launch your instance.
Follow our how-to for adding a new connection to a specific database in your Snowflake Partner Connect account.
Two sample projects that use Snowflake connections are pre-loaded on the Dataiku instance. These projects are titled Covid-19 and Flight Delays Snowflake.
Flight delays Snowflake¶
This project is immediately usable. When running the project, sample data is loaded to dedicated tables in the PC_DATAIKU_DB Snowflake database using the connection that was automatically created by Partner Connect.
Running this project requires first providing data from the Snowflake marketplace to the database PC_DATAIKU_DB.
Using the Snowflake console, navigate to the Snowflake Data Marketplace.
Locate the COVID-19 Epidemiological Data provided by Starschema.
Connect to the database in the Snowflake console.
Run the following SQL to copy the required tables to PC_DATAIKU_DB:
use role PC_DATAIKU_ROLE; use database PC_DATAIKU_DB; create or replace view JHU_COVID_19 as select * from COVID19.PUBLIC.JHU_COVID_19; create or replace view GOOG_GLOBAL_MOBILITY_REPORT as select * from COVID19.PUBLIC.GOOG_GLOBAL_MOBILITY_REPORT;