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2016 SUTOL - Salesforce App Cloud and Domino - same same, but different

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2016 SUTOL - Salesforce App Cloud and Domino - same same, but different

  1. 1. App Cloud and IBM Domino - same, same, but different SUTOL Conference 2016 @muenzpraeger René Winkelmeyer Senior Developer Evangelist
  2. 2. Thanks to our sponsors!
  3. 3. A Big Shoutout Paul Mooney Senior Architect @ Bluewave pmooney@pmooney.net Mark Myers Developer From Hell / Wookie mark@ldcvia.com
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  5. 5. Agenda What is Salesforce? What is the App Cloud? Why should you care? Let’s talk about differences to/with Domino Similarities – in structure, security and App Dev Show me the code! 1 2 3 4
  6. 6. What is Salesforce? What is the App Cloud? Why should you care?
  7. 7. What is Salesforce?
  8. 8. What is Salesforce?
  9. 9. What is the Salesforce App Cloud?
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  11. 11. Why should you care? Understand the system that you want to integrate with Leverage your existing knowledge to build best-of-breed apps
  12. 12. Let’s talk about differences to/with Domino
  13. 13. Differences Salesforce is born for multi-tenancy in the cloud- there is nothing on-premises Salesforce doesn’t provide eMail end user capabilities – it integrates them An administrator is not an administrator
  14. 14. Differences (a bit provocative though) 1) We care about the platform and how you write code! 2) We care about the platform and how you write code! 3) We care about the platform and how you write code! 4) We care about the platform and how you write code! 5) We care about the platform and how you write code!
  15. 15. Similarities – in structure, security and App Dev
  16. 16. Structure - simplified Organization Database Forms Organization App Objects
  17. 17. Security – simplified Server Database Form/Document Field Organization App Form/Document Field
  18. 18. App Dev – simplified Forms Views XPages Layouts Views Lightning <code/> <code/> <declarative />
  19. 19. App Dev – simplified NoSQL Validation rules Formulas Agents Relational Validation rules Formulas ProcessBuilder <code/> <code/> <declarative />
  20. 20. App Dev – simplified LotusScript Java JavaScript Apex JavaScript (Python, Ruby etc. on Heroku) <code/> <code/> <declarative />
  21. 21. Show me the code!
  22. 22. Integration consideration – Security Single Sign-On • SAML 2.0 Identity Provider • SAML 1.1 / 2.0 Service Provider • OpenID Connect API Access • OAuth 2 • OAuth 2 SAML Bearer Tokens • OAuth 2 JWT Bearer Tokens Cloud Directory & Provisioning • SCIM • SAML Provisioning
  23. 23. Integration options CRUD (SOAP / REST) Lightning Out Canvas Salesforce Connect Apex (WS/REST) Streaming …
  24. 24. Code… https://github.com/muenzpraeger
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  26. 26. Thank Y u

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