Using Snowflake to Analyze Unstructured Data

Using Snowflake to Analyze Unstructured Data

Mar 16, 2022

Unstructured data stores a tremendous amount of information, but it is not easy to search, analyze, or query, especially on the fly— presenting more challenges to data architectures that are already complex. In this session, you will learn about Snowflake’s new support for unstructured data and how unstructured data can be used to analyze proprietary replay files for the Dota 2 video game. Dota 2 has a substantial esports presence and its developer hosts the world's largest endowed esports tournament. You will learn how to build pipelines to search and extract data from Dota 2 game replay files using Snowflake Java UDFs and open-source libraries.❄Join our YouTube community❄

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