Salesforce continues to grow at a 30% rate year-over-year. As a result, our data silos continue to increase across the company. This is especially true when companies are acquired and incorporated into the overall Salesforce ecosystem. In order to continue to support a $20B dollar company by the year 2020, our internal data integration infrastructure and… View details.
Salesforce has been growing at 30% year over year. In order to grow at this rate while supporting the business, IT has had to make compromises. Many of these compromises have been to defer infrastructure and architectural investments to a later date. Unfortunately, over time, IT will become the bottleneck or worse, the blocker for… View details.
Not long ago I presented at the MuleSoft TopMule Meetup ’14 in San Diego, CA, on an initiative I’m running at salesforce.com called Free The Data: Transforming The Way The Business Connects To Data. With approximately 400 MuleSoft employees in attendance, MuleSoft has doubled its size in just one year. It’s a testament to the industry demand for… View details.
Today many IT departments have a hybrid of legacy on-premise applications and newer, more innovative Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business applications that they need to manage. Salesforce.com is no different; we have a lot of SaaS and on-premise applications that we use to run our daily operations. Our Enterprise Application Integration program has a number of use cases that we… View details.
Over the course of 14 years, salesforce.com has grown at an extremely rapid pace. It has taken salesforce.com 12 years to reach $2B in annual revenue. In comparison, it took Microsoft 16 years, Oracle 17 years, and SAP 23 years to reach this same milestone. As with any high-growth and fast-paced company, the focus for… View details.