Snowflake and Google's BigQuery are similar in many ways. Both are modern cloud data warehousing platforms with many tools and capabilities that help enterprise data to scale higher.
Both Snowflake and BigQuery offer relatively cheap storage costs. Snowflake charges:- For Upfront- 23 USD/TB/Month, and for on-demand- 40 USD/TB/month. Google's BigQuery charges 20 USD/TB/Month for active users and 10 USD/TB/Month for long-term users.
In Snowflake, we can store raw data within S3, allowing data access through external tables. BigQuery is a SaaS platform and a cloud data warehouse that doesn't need to manage infrastructure. Also, it uses additional computing resources to manage massive amounts of data.
BigQuery is a serverless and fully-managed cloud data warehousing platform of GCP. It helps to analyze one TB of data within a few seconds.
Snowflake replace is a widely used string function for string manipulation. The replace function deletes all the events of a specific substring. Sometimes, it, by choice, restores them with other strings.