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Bloomberg Extends Access to Cloud Data with DL+ Snowflake Native App

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Bloomberg has released a Data License Plus (DL+) Snowflake native app that will allow mutual customers to provision Bloomberg Data License subscriptions in the Snowflake data cloud and configure a ready-to-use environment that is hydrated with modelled Bloomberg data and multi-vendor ESG content in minutes.

DL+ is Bloomberg’s cloud-based data management solution that aggregates, organises and links a customer’s licensed Bloomberg data and ESG content from multiple providers across multiple delivery channels. Content includes reference, pricing, regulatory, corporate actions and ESG data, as well as operational workflows.

“This initiative with Snowflake is the latest in Bloomberg’s ongoing investment in seamless, efficient access to Bloomberg data in the cloud,” says Don Huff, global head of client services and operations at Bloomberg Data Management Services. “Integrating DL+ with the Snowflake native app framework showcases our ability to find innovative ways to provide sophisticated, cloud-based data management tools to support data consistency, transparency, and access across an organisation in whichever environment a customer prefers.”

Chris Child, senior director of product management at Snowflake, adds: “By being powered by Snowflake, Bloomberg is able to distribute its app to thousands of Snowflake customers, without the customers having to move or expose their data.”

Snowflake Native App Framework is available for developers to build and test apps natively in the data cloud. Additional distribution and monetisation capabilities are due to be in public preview soon.

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