Salesforce currently has 150,000 customers across the world who use Salesforce in some capacity. If you are one of those customers, you’ve likely had to work through how to integrate it with your other back office systems: ERP, Marketing Automation, BI systems, etc. Or perhaps you’re a brand new Salesforce customer and are just now trying to understand what options exist for integration.
It is undeniable that the rate of integrating with Salesforce is increasing, and extracting the valuable data that is in Salesforce is not always an easy feat when you have to consider how to do this best in your own unique environment.
In this webinar, we will talk about the various techniques for getting data out of Salesforce, and how the integration technologies such as AWS and MuleSoft that surround Salesforce can make the lives of Salesforce developers and administrators easier. We will discuss what the integration world around Salesforce looks like and some common integration patterns used with Salesforce, as well as look at what a real-world application looks like when we have a need to synchronize data between Salesforce and a database.
You will learn:
● What integration capabilities exist within Salesforce
● Patterns of Salesforce integration
● Strengths and weaknesses of each integration pattern
● How AWS and MuleSoft can interact with Salesforce
Who should attend:
● IT leaders who are looking for the most efficient methods for integration with Salesforce
● Developers/System Integrators who are interested in seeing Salesforce integration techniques
● Anyone in the Salesforce ecosystem who is interested in integration
Reasons to attend:
● Learn about methods of Salesforce integration
● Learn about the world surrounding Salesforce
Cloud Practice Manager
Aaron’s passion for technology and for enriching connectivity between people and between systems drives him to find innovative ways to help advance organizations through technology. Aaron is the Cloud Practice Manager and an Architect at Big Compass. He has rich experience in a variety of integration environments. He brings a unique integration background where he has worked with multiple technologies to deliver creative implementations in the cloud.
Aaron has led various implementations as a developer, architect, and development manager, so he brings the perspective of each role to every project to align people around a common goal. Aaron is also very involved in the integration community where he leads two Meetups: Denver MuleSoft Meetup and All Things Integration. He uses these Meetups to bring people together to create a community, share knowledge, and enhance collaboration. This platform allows him to engage the local community and beyond to spread knowledge and thought leadership while connecting people and ideas.