How to Find Out if Your Salesforce Org is on Hyperforce?

#1MinuteTip With Salesforce moving the orgs from its own data centre to Hyperforce, how do you find out if your Salesforce Org is on Hyperforce? And where it is located? Turns out it is very simple.

1. Find out your instance id by navigating to Setup -> Company Information and note that value for “Instance” as shown below

Get the Instance Id from Company Information under Setup

2. Navigate to URL https://availability.salesforce.com/find-my-instance/, type your instance name and select the instance from the drop down.

Find the Instance Id in Find My Instance

3. And you can now see whether your Salesforce org is on Hyperforce and where exactly it is located in the whole wide world.

And you can now see the type and location of your Salesforce Org

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#SalesforceWinter24 – Migrate to Hyperforce with Hyperforce Assistant

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceWinter24 You can migrate to Hyperforce with help from Hyperforce Assistant. The assistant is now generally available for production and sandbox orgs.

Hyperforce is Salesforce’s new public cloud-based infrastructure designed to support Salesforce services for the future. A cloud-native architecture, Hyperforce will replace Salesforce’s existing first-party infrastructure providing significant benefits to its customer that includes data residency, enhanced security, availability, and agility.

This is a global initiative, meaning Salesforce will be retiring its first-party data centers and upgrading all customers to Hyperforce. Upgrading to Hyperforce is free for the customers.

Product Area: Hyperforce

Migrate to Hyperforce with Hyperforce Assistant

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#SalesforceSummer23 – Migrate to Hyperforce with Hyperforce Assistant

#1MinuteTip #SalesforceSummer23 You can now upgrade to Hyperforce with help from Hyperforce Assistant. The updated assistant has the latest approved Hyperforce messaging. And the hard-coded references check in the Prepare phase now supports Salesforce Orgs with a large number of Apex classes.

Hyperforce is the next-generation Salesforce infrastructure architecture, built for the public cloud. It enhances Salesforce applications’ compliance, security, privacy, agility and scalability, and gives customers more choice over data residency.

Product Area: Hyperforce

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Salesforce Increases the Price of Its Products

#1MinuteTip 🔥 BREAKING NEWS: Salesforce Increases the Price of Its Products 🔥

Received an email this morning that beginning in August 2023, Salesforce will increase list prices by an average of 9% across core products—specifically Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Marketing Cloud, Industries and Tableau.

The last list price increase was seven years ago. Here are the new prices as per the email.

  1. Salesforce Professional Edition from US$ 75 to US$ 80 (up $5)
  2. Salesforce Enterprise Edition from US$ 150 to US$ 165 (up $15)
  3. Salesforce Unlimited Edition from US$ 300 to $330 (up $30)

Similar list price increases will go into effect for Industries, Marketing Cloud Engagement and Account Engagement, CRM Analytics and Tableau.

Salesforce Price Increase

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Step by Step Guide To Using JIRA for Managing Salesforce Projects

Whether you’re a Salesforce admin, consultant, architect, or developer; whether you work for an end user company or a partner; whether you’re a lone ranger or a team player – managing Salesforce projects can be challenging.

Have you wondered about how to efficiently handle business requirements, tracking progress, or managing bugs/defects? Are your project details strewn across various platforms like emails, spreadsheets, chatter, Slack, or even physical post-it notes? It’s time for an upgrade.

Using JIRA for Salesforce Project

Embrace the efficiency and efficacy of a professional project management tool. Not only will this organize your work and simplify the process, but it will also significantly contribute to your professional development. Why, you ask? Here’s why:

  1. Centralized Organization: A project management tool brings all your scattered information under one roof, saving you the effort of juggling multiple platforms.
  2. Structured Approach: It breaks down complex tasks into manageable parts, facilitating easy delegation and tracking of progress.
  3. Streamlined Communication: By hosting all discussions, files, tasks, and timelines in one place, it enhances collaboration and avoids confusion.
  4. Transparency: It ensures clarity about what needs to be done, by whom and when, ensuring everyone stays on the same page.
  5. Prioritization: It helps identify critical tasks and allocate resources efficiently, ensuring timely delivery.
  6. Flexibility: As your business priorities shift, so can your tasks and timelines, making your process adaptive and resilient.

And, if you’re worried about the complexity, cost, or need for extensive project management knowledge, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

Using a project management tool not only streamlines your organization’s Salesforce implementation but also enables personal growth. It offers you a hands-on experience with a professional tool, gives you a deep understanding of its working, and enhances your resume.

Let us introduce you to JIRA, a widely popular project management tool. We’ve created a comprehensive 150+ pages guide (complete with screenshots) to help you navigate using JIRA for your Salesforce projects. And guess what? JIRA comes with a free version to get you started, allowing you to upgrade to a paid version only if you outgrow the free features (which will be a good thing). Here is what we will be covering in this exhaustive guide, step-by-step, giving you the complete picture:

  1. Register for JIRA
  2. Create a New Project
  3. Enable Project Features
  4. Customize Board
  5. Customize User Stories
  6. Add Automation
  7. Epic, User Story & Task
  8. Assign Labels to User Stories
  9. Filter Issues
  10. Bulk Assign Issues to Users
  11. Create a Sprint
  12. Add User Stories to Sprint
  13. Start Sprint
  14. JIRA Story Lifecycle
  15. Complete Sprint
  16. Reporting

Set aside 60 minutes of your time this week and take this transformative step. The appreciation & recognition from your management will just be a cherry on top of the efficiency cake.

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