In today’s fast-paced business world, software development efficiency is vital. Automation has emerged as a key solution, streamlining processes to increase productivity and free up innovation. Salesforce is not immune to these industry-wide challenges and complexities. Enter DevOps. DevOps has evolved into an essential element in software development, including Salesforce.
Salesforce change sets are widely used today to move changes from sandbox to production. And why wouldn’t they still be used? In many cases, they provide an easy way to deploy metadata without knowing Git, XML, etc. But once your project or team gets to a certain size, you’ll start
Now that we are in a hybrid world, the need for DevOps is obvious. Salesforce professionals, from admins to consultants and architects, have become experts on how to manage DevOps. Yet, only 16 percent of DevOps include women. It’s a staggering number, considering that the Salesforce DevOps ecosystem is so
While working on Salesforce projects we often face many challenges that can slow us down. A few of them are listed below: No data in sandbox for end user to test the new feature How to keep every sandbox in sync Easiest way to take the backup of data or
Salesforce Admins and developers have enough to deal with day-to-day. Manually managing the development and delivery schedule for your Salesforce team should not be one of them. Unfortunately, the release management process in Salesforce can be a complicated and unpleasant experience for most developers and trailblazers. The distributed team of