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Author: Sanket Dake

Data Replication:

Replication involves writing or copying the same data to different locations. For example, data can be copied between two on-premises hosts, between hosts in other locations, to multiple storage devices on the same host, or to or from a cloud-based host. Data can be copied on demand, transferred in bulk or batches according to a schedule, or replicated in real time as the data is written, changed, or deleted in the master source.


The Replication of data is done mainly by below two ways:

Author: Kishori Patil



Author: Srutimala Deka

A Brief Introduction to Snowflake

Snowflake is a cloud platform that primarily provides data warehouses and computes as a service. Snowflake enables businesses to harness the power of data through their Saas platform that is easily scalable and adds performance with zero tunings.
Snowflake has made its mark as a reliable and scalable solution to meet modern data demands without costing a limb.

Author: Rishabh Dubey

Automation 1- To calculate the duration of picklist fields in Days

For Example, We have 4 opportunity stage Picklist values (Qualification, Prospecting, proposal, negotiation ).

For 4 Picklist values, we have to create 5 fields in total — 4 Number fields (1 number field for 1 picklist value), 1 Date field, and 1 process builder to update all the duration fields.

Please follow the details mentioned below:
1. Create custom Date field: Setup | Object Manager | Opportunity| Fields, and relationship | For Data Type Select Date | Field Label: Time Stamp.
2. Create custom Number field for first…

Author: Ayushi Sharma

This blog is about Sisense Integration with Snowflake.

What is Sisense?

Sisense is an agile business intelligence (BI) solution that provides advanced tools to manage and support business data with analytics, visuals, and reporting.

Benefits of Sisense:

Author: Rishabh Dubey


We have many accounts and contacts that we have exported from our previous CRM or salesforce Org. Now we want to import all that data into the new Salesforce org with the relationship intact. We can use the Upsert function in Data Loader to do the same.

“Upsert” is a combination of inserting and updating — if a record in your file matches an existing record, the existing record is updated with the values in your file, and if not, a new record is created as per the values in your file. …

Author: Venkateshwar Reddy Guda

Step-1: Modify and build the project

Author: Ashish Pardhi


This document will describe a summary of deployment or hosting view of Public and Private APIs in MuleSoft Anypoint Platform.

Use Anypoint Exchange to configure whether API instances are public or private in a private Exchange instance or in an Exchange public portal. For example, configure public or private visibility for proxies or policies associated with your API and set using API Manager.

After you register an API from Exchange in API Manager, the instances for the API appear in Exchange in the API instances list in the navigation bar. …

Author: Ashish Yadav

In this article, we will talk about how to process large amounts of data using MuleSoft. There are many scenarios where we are supposed to process hundreds of thousands or millions of records.

Let’s consider a use case where we get data from oracle DB and load it into salesforce einstein analytics. Here, we are moving data from one system to another. The source is the oracle database, and the destination being salesforce einstein analytics.

We are supposed to process many records in this scenario, let’s say 500k records. Also, we need to perform intermediary steps before…

Author: Kishori Patil



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