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CLOUD COMPUTING

“What’s the cloud?” “Where is the cloud?” “Are we in the cloud now?!” These are all questions you’ve probably heard or even asked yourself. The term “cloud computing” is everywhere

In the simplest terms, cloud computing means storing and accessing data and programs over the Internet instead of your computer’s hard drive. The cloud is just a metaphor for the Internet. It goes back to the days of flowcharts and presentations that would represent the gigantic server-farm infrastructure of the Internet as nothing but a puffy, white cumulonimbus cloud, accepting connections and doling out information as it floats.

What cloud computing is not about is your hard drive. When you store data on–or run programs from the hard drive, that’s called local storage and computing. Everything you need is physically close to you, which means accessing your data is fast and easy (for that one computer, or others on the local network). Working off your hard drive is how the computer industry functioned for decades and some argue it’s still superior to cloud computing, for reasons we will explain shortly.

The cloud is also not about having a dedicated hardware server in residence. Storing data on a home or office network does not count as utilizing the cloud.

For it to be considered “cloud computing,” you need to access your data or your programs over the Internet, or at the very least, have that data synchronized with other information over the Net. In a big business, you may know all there is to know about what’s on the other side of the connection; as an individual user, you may never have any idea what kind of massive data-processing is happening on the other end. The end result is the same: with an online connection, cloud computing can be done anywhere, anytime.

Consumer vs. Business

Let’s be clear here. We’re talking about cloud computing as it impacts individual consumers—those of us who sit back at home or in small-to-medium offices and use the Internet on a regular basis.

There is an entirely different “cloud” when it comes to business. Some businesses choose to implement Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), where the business subscribes to an application it accesses over the Internet. (Think Salesforce.com.) There’s also Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), where a business can create its own custom applications for use by all in the company. And don’t forget the mighty Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), where players like Amazon, Google, and Rackspace provide a backbone that can be “rented out” by other companies. (Think Netflix providing services to you because it’s a customer of the cloud-services at Amazon.)

Of course, cloud computing is big business: McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm, claims that 80 percent of the large companies in North America that it’s surveyed are either looking at using cloud services—or already have. The market is on its way to generating $100 billion a year.

CLOUD COMPUTING SALES FORCE SYLLABUS

Day-1

Course Overview
The Course consists of the following modules which include theory and practical sessions
Chapter 1: Introducing the concept of Cloud Computing
Introduction of cloud vendors (Salesforce)
Overview of each of three building blocks in cloud applications

  •  SAAS (Salesforce.com)
  •  PAAS (Force.com)
  •  IAAS

Chapter 2: Overview of Database Concepts
Database structure
Normal (Excel based) Database Vs. Relational (Salesforce) Database
Benefits & Use of Relational Database
Chapter 3: Introducing the Force.com Platform
Understanding of Standard Objects
Standard Object Flow (SAAS)
Creation of a Free Developer account :
http://www.developerforce.com/events/regular/registration.php
(This org will be used to develop and test the application during the entire Course)
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Day-2
Chapter 4: Building a Simple App
Becoming familiar with the Force.com Setup Area
Introduction of Standard Objects
Introduction of Custom Objects
Introduction of Tabs, Standard & Custom Fields, Detail Page and Related Lists

Chapter 5: Enhancement of the App
Relationships:
Types of Relationship
Understanding of each Relationship with a use business case
Differentiation between One-to-Many and Many-to-Many
Introduction of Primary-Keys & Foreign-Keys (Conceptual Knowledge)
Roll-up Summery Field
Formula & Cross Object Formula Field:
Guidance & Hand-on with Date, Text and number formulas
QUESTIONS (?):

Chapter 6: Securities in Salesforce App
Object Level Securities
Describe different object-wise permissions and their impact
Difference between Read Vs. View All, Edit Vs. Modify All
Record Level Securities
Describe OWD (Organization-Wide Default)
Record sharing using Roll-Hierarchy
Describe Sharing Rules
Manual Sharing
Field Level Securities
Field Properties
Unique property
External Id (Considered in Data Management)
Required property
QUESTIONS (?)
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SALESFORCE

Day -3

Chapter 7: Business Logic Implementation
Rules for Automation:
Validation Rule (Run on highest priority for the App)
Workflow (Time-Dependent & Time-Independent)
Assignment Rule
Auto-Response Rule (Live example with Web-to-Lead functionality)
Escalation Rule
Introduction and use of Record Type
Introduction and use of Different Page-Layouts using Record-Type

Chapter 8: Approval Process:
Single-step Approval
Multi-steps Approval
Differentiation between Workflow rule & Approval process
Email to approve the request
Understanding the order of Execution of all these rules
QUESTIONS (?):
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Day-4
Chapter 9: SOQL & SOSL
Introduction of SOQL & SOSL
Introduction of Queries traversing from Child to Parent Object
Introduction of Queries traversing from Parent to Child Object
Introduction of aggregate Queries
Introduction of Semi-Join & Anti-Join
Field Semi-Join & Anti-Join
Reference Semi-Join & Anti-Join

Chapter 10: Complex Business Logic Implementation
Introduction of Apex
Introduction of Collection Types, Loops & DML Statements
Understanding of Traditional FOR LOOP & Advance FOR LOOP
Understanding of Loops with SOQLs
Implementation of Apex-Trigger
Understanding & Use of Trigger Context Variables
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Day- 5
Chapter 11: Data Management
Introduction Import-Wizard
Few Standard Objects and All Custom Objects will be supported
De-Duplication as default behavior
Use of External IDs
Introduction & Use of Apex Data-Loader
Use of different actions (Call) like Import, Update, Upsert, etc.
Also Supported by CLI
Difference between Import-Wizard & Data-Loader
QUESTIONS (?):

Chapter 12: Introduction of MVC Architecture:
Data Model
View
Controller
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Day-6
Chapter 12: Report & Dashboard
REPORT:
Introduction of Report Types (Standard Report Type & Custom Report Type)
Introduction of Types of Report
Tabular Report
Summary Report
Matrix Report
Join Report
Feature of the SFDC Report
Custom Summary Formula field
Bucket Filed
Condition High-lighting
Scheduling report for future run
DASHBOARD:
Introduction of different dashboard components and their usage
Selection of the Component to meet the given requirement
Dashboard Settings
Formatting of the Different Graphs (Components)
Drill down to the source report while click on the graphs
Dashboard Running User concept
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Day- 7
Chapter 13:

Building a Visualforce (Custom) Page for the App:
Introduction of Visualforce Pages
Difference between Standard Controller & (Custom) Controller
Hands-on to Create a List-view, Detail-Page, Copy the page as PDF when click a Button or Link
Hands-on to display data in Table format, enabling pagination, calling action on a Button or Link, etc.
Use of JavaScript in VF-pages. (Adding dependencies, etc.)

Chapter 14: Overview of other force.com capabilities
Different type of Sandboxes and their usage
Enable Web-to-Lead (or Web-to-Case) for the org
Introduction of Site.Com and creation of site using it
Introduction of Debug Logs
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Day-8
Chapter 15: Learning Apex & Deployment Tools
Introduction of Apex Classes
Invoke a class or its method via Triggers
Use as a Controller for a VF page
Difference between Controller & Extension
Introduction of test class & methods to cover Apex
Deployment Tools:
Force.com IDE (Eclipse Plugin)
Force.com Migration Tool (Ant Based)
One live Force.com Project:- (Two weeks)