Use a diagramming tool to draw architecture diagram, system landscape, process flows, flowchart, entity-relationship diagram (ERD), sequence diagram, data flow diagram, etc. These tools are indispensable at every stage of your Salesforce implementation.
Get Near Real-Time Notifications About Incidents & Maintenance For Your Salesforce Instance
As a Salesforce professional, you should be on top of every information regarding your Salesforce org. If there is any disruption or performance degradation in your Salesforce Org, you need to know about at the earliest possible and proactively communicate to your management and users.
https://trust.salesforce.com is Salesforce’s website which provides transparent status details on service availability, performance, security, privacy, and compliance on Salesforce systems.
There are 4 ways in which you can get information from trust.salesforce.com
You can measure the performance of your Salesforce Org in Experience Page Time or EPT in short. EPT measures how long it takes for a page to load into a state that a user can meaningfully interact with.
EPT can be measured in 4 ways
At times you may want to have a report on objects and fields defined in your Salesforce Org. You may want this to document the schema definition in your org or for data migration/integration discussion and mapping.
Record Data Sensitivity and Compliance Categorization to Support Data Management Policies
Data Classification is a process of categorizing your stored data according to its sensitivity level. Nowadays, data security is of utmost importance to any organization. They want to secure their customer and employee data from the digital threat. Even Salesforce is no different. Trust has been one of the core values which ensures the data is secure. A Salesforce org is home to hundreds of different types of information which includes sensitive information such as email, mobile numbers, etc. You can classify sensitive data in Salesforce to support data management policies and adhere to compliance.
If you have ever heard the term “Data Classification” in your organization, then this blog post can be useful to you.