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Oftentimes, Salesforce users are using their data to integrate with other operational data stores or downstream applications within their data fabric. That might involve using tools such as MuleSoft or Salesforce Genie to create a Customer Data Platform (CDP). But there’s another way to accomplish this, and in episode 18 of Data Unleashed, Drew takes you through that option.
What if you need to pull a portion of Salesforce data models and records from Salesforce into an OLAP database such as Snowflake? There’s been a rise in the use of these OLAP databases in recent times, and there’s a way to do just that. With CapStorm’s solutions, you could get Salesforce data replicated into Snowflake in as little as 3-5 minutes as a schema-aware solution. This means not having to update it every time your data model updates. And best of all this gives you true autonomy over your Salesforce data.
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Hello, my name is Drew Niermann, and you’re watching Data Unleashed, the video blog series dedicated to helping you get more out of your investment in Salesforce.
Now, if you’re a Salesforce customer, the chances are that you’re probably using your Salesforce data to integrate with other operational data stores or downstream applications within your data fabric.
Sometimes sales customers, Salesforce customers are using MuleSoft or Salesforce as latest data cloud, or Genie product to create a CDP – customer data platform – that resides native to Salesforce.
If you’re leveraged or invested that heavily with Salesforce already, it’s a great option. But what if you simply need to pull a portion of the Salesforce data model and records from Salesforce into an OLAP database like Snowflake, for example, these OLAP databases are becoming increasingly popular.
And there is a way to get Salesforce data replicated into Snowflake within three to five minutes of real-time, as a schema resilience or schema-aware solution that you don’t have to manually update every time a Salesforce data model changes, while it’s always under your autonomous control.
So if you’re looking for a way to integrate your Salesforce data into an existing Snowflake repository, there is a way to do it that it’s not very complicated, and I’d be happy to tell you more about it. Please reach out to me on LinkedIn with a direct message if you like or you’re also welcome to send a message to the Capstone team at www.capstorm.com to hear about our latest Salesforce to Snowflake direct database connector.
Thank you so much for watching. Again, my name is Drew Niermann, and this is Data Unleashed.