Mission critial data is stored in Salesforce. It just makes sense to keep a hot copy of the Salesforce data!
Keep a hot copy of Salesforce available for disaster recovery.
The question is: Are you ready to recover from a data disaster?
The CopyStorm database is not just for disaster recovery. Capstorm customers use their hot copy of Saleforce data! Here are a few examples:
Data loss and damage are a real concern. The integrity of the data in Salesforce depends on people.
Be empowered with an accessible, local, and hot copy of your Salesforce database .
Capstorm customers use their hot copy of Saleforce data! Here are a few examples:
SQLServer, Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, and H2 are supported.
CopyStorm runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
From CopyStorm customers:
Larry Blake - "We just successfully implemented a reporting / database conversion project with CopyStorm Backup for one of our Salesforce Organizations, and the process was completely painless. We replaced a custom system using an expensive ETL tool, and CopyStorm has been more automatic, fault-tolerant, and just generally easier than what we replaced.
Their support has also been excellent, with quick replies from a knowledgeable team and willingness to add new enhancements we’ve suggested."
Rafi Bin-Nun - "I've been using CopyStorm for a year now. Great product. Truley set and forget. A great value. Highly recommend."
The term "restore" often means creating CSV files and asking you to apply those files to Salesforce using a dataloader. Capstorm's Restore restores multiple tables and the relationships between records in a single pass without user intervention. For example, to restore a set of Accounts and their related Contacts, Attachments, Notes, Opportunities, Cases, etc. requires no intermediate action by a user after the restore operation is started! Yes, foreign keys are managed! Yes, related list records can be automatically restored! Yes, relationships are preserved!
A Salesforce backup is always a good idea. Using your Salesforce backup to super-charge your developer sandboxes is an even better idea!
From a CopyStorm/Restore customer - "Fantastic! I have already used the product to selectively restore data to our developer sandbox, so that our web developer can harmlessly test integration techiques with our new in-development Salesforce-integrated website. The product performed flawlessly!"
How is "Restore" defined by the solution?
Restore may mean creating CSV files and then expecting you to apply them to Salesforce using a dataloader. Yikes!
Capstorm's CopyStorm/Restore restores multiple tables and the relationships between records in a single pass without user intervention!
Is the backup useful for anything but restoring?
CopyStorm is a full relational database.
Does the solution require intervention when the Salesforce structure changes?
CopyStorm automatically adjusts to all schema changes.
Can the production backup be used to load sandboxes?
CopyStorm/Restore can be trusted because you will use it often to load sandboxes with targeted production data.