Introduction Managing the lifecycle of an application, from development to deployment and beyond, can be a complex and challenging process. Often, development teams provide deployment checklists and artifacts in excel sheets or confluence pages that are hard to maintain, making it difficult to keep track of progress and ensure that everything is working as expected. Additionally, it can be a
DevOps has become an increasingly popular methodology for software development and deployment. It allows for continuous integration and delivery of code changes, resulting in faster releases and higher quality products. Salesforce, a leading customer relationship management (CRM) platform, has developed the Salesforce DevOps Center to assist developers in streamlining their processes and improving the speed of deployments. The Salesforce DevOps
In the previous blog, you learned how to install and set up the salesforce DevOps Center. This blog will focus on how to configure the Salesforce DevOps Center. In this blog, we will explain how to configure the Salesforce DevOps Center effectively. Setting up a GitHub project repository: A GitHub repository serves as a central repository for all files related
Traditionally, custom objects, apex classes, profiles, etc. were deployed from a Sandbox to Production using “Change Sets.” Many development teams dislike “Change sets” because they are difficult, annoying, and time-consuming. It’s time to stop using Change Sets, as Salesforce’s DevOps Center is now available to manage changes and deployments in a more modern way. With DevOps Center, teams can utilize
DevOps has proven itself to be critical for businesses with its specific application development and operations approach enabling the faster introduction of new products and services and the easier provision of the existing ones. A report says the global DevOps market size accounted for $7,398 million in 2021 and is expected to reach $37,227 million by 2030! And why not?
DevOps has gathered a lot of momentum over the past couple of years. A Global Market Insights report says the size of the DevOps market exceeded $4 billion in 2019 and is further projected to grow at a CAGR of over 20% between 2020 and 2026. Gartner also notes that over 85% of organizations will be adopting a cloud computing
Continuous Integration and Continuous Development (CI/CD) is constantly talked about. Anyone working in the software or IT industry has heard of the term. In fact, a report by CD foundation reveals interesting stats on how orgs and teams use CI/CD to achieve their goals. It says 47% of developers use CI/CD in one way or another while one in five
Per the Global Market Insights report, in 2021 the DevOps market size exceeded $7 billion and is further expected to grow at a CAGR of over 20% from 2022 to 2028 to a value of over $30 billion. The report further adds that in the United States alone, in 2021, 67% of the DevOps market value was made up of
CloudFulcrum is proud and delighted to share that it is now ISO 9001:2015 and ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified. ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 are internationally recognized global certification standards for Quality Management Systems (QMS) and Information Security Management System (ISMS) respectively. With ISO 9001:2015, CloudFulcrum was able to demonstrate compliance on the following seven quality management principles: Leadership Customer Focus People
Dreamforce, the biggest event of 2022 at Moscone center in San Francisco witnessed about 1,71,000 people from around the world for this mega event, which is also a record-breaking moment for Dreamforce. The Dreamforce main keynote, titled “The Great Reunion,” which was delivered with tremendous energy, witnessed about 40,000 attendees physically in San Francisco, apart from about 150,000 streaming online.