1. Serving Model Outputs through Snowflake Secure Stages


    To serve model outputs through Snowflake Secure Stages using Pulumi, you can define Snowflake resources, including a 'Stage' for storing data and a 'StageGrant' for managing access to the secure stage. The stage acts as a location in Snowflake where you can store data files that are accessible via SQL commands, while the grant defines permissions for specific roles to interact with the stage.

    Below is a Python program using Pulumi to create a Secure Stage in Snowflake and to grant access to specific roles. This program assumes that you have Snowflake credentials and appropriate roles already set up in Snowflake. It includes comments to help you understand each part of the code.

    import pulumi import pulumi_snowflake as snowflake # Define the database and schema where the stage will be created. # Replace `your_database` and `your_schema` with actual names. database_name = 'your_database' schema_name = 'your_schema' # Create a Snowflake stage resource. # The stage will store data files that can be accessed and loaded into Snowflake tables. stage = snowflake.Stage("model_outputs_stage", database=database_name, schema=schema_name, name="model_outputs_stage", url="s3://path-to-your-s3-bucket/", # Replace with your S3 bucket path # Add additional stage configuration as needed, such as encryption settings or file formats. ) # Define the roles that should have access to the stage. # Replace these with actual role names that have been defined in your Snowflake account. roles = ["MyReadRole", "MyWriteRole"] # Create grants for the roles to access the secure stage. # This specifies which operations the roles are allowed to perform on the stage. stage_grant = snowflake.StageGrant("model_outputs_stage_grant", stage_name=stage.name, # We attach the grant to the same database and schema as the stage. database_name=database_name, schema_name=schema_name, roles=roles, privilege="USAGE", # Set the type of access the roles have, typically USAGE or READ for secure stages. # More granular access control can be configured if needed. ) # Export the stage URL for reference elsewhere. pulumi.export("stage_url", stage.url)

    This program defines two main resources:

    1. snowflake.Stage - A stage in Snowflake for storing data.

      • database and schema specify where the stage should reside within your Snowflake instance.
      • name is the identifier for the stage.
      • url is the path to an S3 bucket where the data files will be stored; it should be updated to reflect your actual S3 bucket's path.
    2. snowflake.StageGrant - Grants to define who has access to the stage and what kind of operations they can perform on it.

      • stage_name is the name of the stage resource defined earlier.
      • database_name and schema_name are the same as the stage to ensure the grant is applied to the correct resource.
      • roles is a list of role names that will be granted access to the stage.
      • privilege specifies the type of access, in this case, 'USAGE' which is a common privilege needed to use the stage.

    After setting up this infrastructure, you can use Snowflake to run SQL commands to interact with the stage and load or unload data to and from it. This way, you can securely manage and serve your model outputs.

    Please replace placeholders like your_database, your_schema, path-to-your-s3-bucket, and role names with the actual values from your Snowflake account. Once you've populated the program with the necessary information, you can run it using the Pulumi CLI to deploy these resources to your Snowflake account.