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Using the Provisioning on Hire2Retire you can provision and deprovision users on Snowflake. Read the official documentation of Snowflake here.

Snowflake Application on Hire2Retire

Figure 1. Snowflake Application on Hire2Retire

Define Role Definition

Provisioning Type


You can assign a Role to any user based on their AD attributes. You can define complex conditions using AND and OR logic. You can also use thee Group memberships in AD to define Roles. For Example: In Figure 2, the rules are defined on the basis of Department (Equals). If the rules are passed then only user(s) will get provisioned. If no rule passes and the user(s) is present in Snowflake then deprovisioning is performed for the user(s).

Snowflake ScimManager Table1

Figure 2. Provision users with following rule definitions

Process All Employees

All user(s) will be provisioned on Snowflake.

Snowflake ScimManager Process All Employees

Figure 3. Process All Employees

Provision User

You can decide to either provision or deprovision using Provisioning.

You can provision one or more user(s) according to the requirement. User(s) can be created, updated or reactivated in provisioning operation. You can deprovision one or more user(s) according to the requirement. User(s) can be terminated in deprovisioning operation.

Snowflake Form Operations

Figure 4. Configure lifecycle operations for Snowflake

Map attributes on Snowflake

You can populate a user's profile in Snowflake by mapping attributes incoming from the AD. You can also use Hire2Retire's powerful data transformation capabilities using Excel Style functions.

Snowflake Form Attributes

Figure 5. Select Snowflake attributes

Snowflake Form Attributes

Figure 6. Select Snowflake attributes