Region, warehouse, and feature support

Supported cloud platforms and regions

Your Sigma organization is hosted on one of the following cloud platforms:

  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Google Cloud (GCP)

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If you're unsure which cloud platform hosts your organization, you can reference it in the Administration portal (if you're assigned the Admin account type). Go to Administration > Account > General Settings, then locate the Site section. The Cloud field identifies the platform hosting your organization.

Cloud platform Location Supported region API endpoint
AWS platform United States us-west-2 (primary)
us-east-1 (disaster recovery)
aws-api.sigmacomputing.com/v2
Canada ca-central-1 api.ca.aws.sigmacomputing.com
Europe1 eu-central-1
eu-north-1 (disaster recovery)
api.eu.aws.sigmacomputing.com
Australia and APAC1 ap-southeast-2 api.au.aws.sigmacomputing.com
United Kingdom1 eu-west-2 api.uk.aws.sigmacomputing.com
Azure platform United States East US 2 (primary)
South Central US (disaster recovery)
api.us.azure.sigmacomputing.com
GCP platform United States2 us-central-1 (primary) api.sigmacomputing.com/v2

1 Due to GDPR and privacy requirements, Sigma users of AWS-hosted organizations in Europe, Australia, and APAC are not granted access to audit logs.

2 GCP-hosted organizations don't support private connections.

Supported data platforms and feature compatibility

Your Sigma organization can connect to any of the following data platforms:

  • AlloyDB
  • Amazon Redshift
  • Databricks
  • Google BigQuery
  • MySQL
  • PostgreSQL
  • Snowflake

All connections support most Sigma features; however, due to technical variations (like SQL dialects, architecture, and security) some features are not currently compatible with all data platforms. The following table lists current feature limitations for each connection type.

CDW/DBMSFeature limitations
AlloyDB connections don't support the following features:

- Dataset warehouse views created in Sigma
- Input tables
- Private link
- Export to cloud storage
- Export to webhooks
- OAuth connections
- Sigma result IDs cache
- Geography data type
- Array, ArrayDistinct,Β ArraySlice, and all Geography functions
Amazon Redshift connections don't support the following features:

- Dataset warehouse views created in Sigma
- Input tables
- Private link on GCP platform
- Export to cloud storage
- Sigma result IDs cache
- Native JSON data types
- Geography data type
- ArrayAgg, ArrayAggDistinct, ArrayDistinct, ArraySlice, Corr, CumulativeCorr, MovingCorr, and all Geography functions
Databricks connections don't support the following features:

- Dataset warehouse views created in Sigma
- Private link on GCP platform
- Export to cloud storage
- OAuth connections
- Sigma result IDs cache
- Geography data type
- Array, ArrayDistinct, ArraySlice ,Β and all Geography functions
Google BigQuery connections don't support the following features:

- Input tables
- Private link
- Export to cloud storage
- OAuth connections
MySQL connections don't support the following features:

- Input tables
- Private link
- OAuth connections
- Sigma result IDs cache
- Geography data type
- ArrayAgg, ArrayAggDistinct, ArrayDistinct, Corr, CumulativeCorr, MovingCorr, and all Geography functions
PostgreSQL connections don't support the following features:

- Dataset warehouse views created in Sigma
- Input tables
- Private link on GCP platform
- Export to cloud storage
- OAuth connections
- Sigma result IDs cache
- Geography data type
- All Geography functions
Snowflake connections don't support the following features:

- Private link on GCP platform
- CumulativeCorr and MovingCorr

Supported web browsers

Sigma supports the following web browsers:

  • Google Chrome (recommended): latest version
  • Safari: latest version
  • Mozilla Firefox: latest version
  • Microsoft Edge: latest version
  • Opera: latest version

Supported authentication methods

Sigma supports the following authentication methods: