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Integration with Salesforce Lightning External Services

Nowadays there is an API Integration in almost every org. The main purpose of integration with another service is to avoid reinventing the wheel. However, the development effort that is required to integrate with services is a complex and time-consuming venture.

It reduces speed to market, but it also saps developer energy that is better spent in the front end, building the features that will really differentiate their app. With external services salesforce makes this a lot easier and admin friendly.

With salesforce external services you can connect to any service that you want to, invoke methods based on the external source via a flow all with the help of an easy-to-use wizard. Declarative tools are used to import API definitions right into Salesforce. Continue reading

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How to avoid Data Skew in Salesforce

Data skew in salesforce is getting generated at an explosive pace nowadays and we are running out of storage solutions in order to manage that data. Researches by multiple magazines and portals suggest that 90 percent of the total data in the world was created in the last two years only.

This pace continues to increase day by day and we are slowly approaching a state where we would not be able to deal with this data. Salesforce is no exception in this case where organization instances are having large amount of records related to the business process needs. When this plethora of data is not managed properly, we slowly approach a state which is termed as Data Skew in Salesforce. Continue reading

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