3Scale, A new Heroku addon is coming soon to take care of your APIs. This solution offer the usual API monitoring tools such as security, quota, monetization and traffic management. Better keep an eye on it.
A guide to optimizing applications for differently sized dynos on Heroku
Really handy article to understand how to optimize your Dyno usage. Heroku guys are pushing hard those days to get the community aware of application optimization. A must read if you are not familiar with Dyno size, Unicorn/Gunicorn ...
In the previous posts, we spoke a lot about web apps, business process and process orchestration. But Heroku is also great for Data. People often forget in their earliest years, Heroku Tech team made...
We continue Heroku exploration with an other Use Case related to Data management. Expand Salesforce storage capacity, build a centralized Datawarehouse SQL based. There are many ways to benefit of Heroku Postgres
Jumping on the second Use Case, we are going to create a random API mashup based on a new idea straight from two Acme Inc. departments. But first let’s talk a bit about APIs. APIs number has exploded...
Here we go with a second Use Case. We are talking about the classic API mashup that we all love to build on Heroku.
To start this Post series, I have decided to present you a funky and easy to understand Use Cases focused on Multi-channel integration. Your company, Acme Inc., want to interact in a newer way with...
First post of a long Blog post series presenting Heroku Salesforce Use Cases. The described example, Multi-channel integration, presents how to interact with your customer through a SMS-based workflow.
After Cloudconnect acquisition, Salesforce is finally building a relevant and attractive offer around Heroku. Heroku1 will be a packaged offer composed of Dynos, Heroku Connect and Heroku Premium support. Get ready and pre-register for the official launch early 2014.
Just took a screenshot of this page as it worth staying on the internet memory: Salesforce (more precisely Heroku) acquired last week CloudConnect. This is a strategic acquisition to ease Salesforce / Heroku integration. CloudConnect provides an awesome and easy to use service to synchronize Salesforce Data on Postgres or MySQL DB.
Finally a relevant official Workbook to integrate a Force.com application (Warehouse system) with a Heroku application (Fullfillment system). The Workbook starts from the early beginning (creating an Heroku account) but get more and more interesting through pages. For example, you'll get to understand how to use the @future annotation to do asynchronous Web service calls from an Apex trigger.
A great introduction to decoupled application based on Message Queues. It's a bit marketing as it's promotting Iron.io products but indeed, they have created 3 great products, IronMQ, IronCache and IronWorker especially dediated to such distributed architecture. Worth a read and deserve a trial.
Even if you aren’t able to join us at Dreamforce in person this year, you don’t have to miss out on the energy and excitement of Cloud Computing’s biggest user conference because we'll be live streaming much of Dreamforce.
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