On-Site Salesforce Backup for a Data Warehouse
Retain an independent backup and capture record changes. Scalable for any sized business – one or more Salesforce Production instances.
Create an on-site Salesforce data warehouse with CopyStorm
- Unlimited record retention. Set your own data retention policy or retain deleted Salesforce records indefinitely.
- Field history tracking. Choose to store record changes for any or all fields – no limit on the number of fields per object or the number of objects tracked.
- Complete control. Store your Salesforce data wherever you wish – the backup database can be stored on-site or in a private cloud. Connect with internal systems for reporting or BI and use your Salesforce data!
- Flexibility. Create as many backup databases as needed and host the backup database where it can be used.
- Scalable solution. Pricing is not based upon the number of Salesforce users or data size.
On-Premises Data Warehouse of your Salesforce Data
To get started, simply download CopyStorm, enter credentials, and point CopyStorm toward a fresh database schema to create an on-site Salesforce backup.
Frequently Asked Questions
Capstorm’s focus is solely on Salesforce. Many platforms depending on the Salesforce infrastructure can also be backed up such as Veeva, Pardot, Sage, …
Yes! A single installation can point towards any number of databases. It is common to have a “data warehouse” database and a secondary database used for analytics or BI.
A number of factors can limit copy speed. The primary limiting factors are internet speed and the speed at which CopyStorm can write to the database — a good starting point is to ensure that CopyStorm is installed within the same data center as the target database. 15+ million records per hour is a good baseline, but 45+ million per hour is attainable. After the first backup, only added or modified records will be copied. Read the results of our speed experiments or the Guide to Optimizing CopyStorm Performance.
By default, CopyStorm is an incremental backup of Salesforce using modification timestamps to determine which records have been changed. Only new or changed records are copied. More information is available here: How Does CopyStorm Work