Chapter 3: Core Architectural Concepts – Integration and Cryptography

In this chapter, we'll continue to discover the general architectural concepts that a Salesforce CTA should be familiar with. In today's world, we rarely come across a single implementation where Salesforce is completely isolated. In most cases, Salesforce will become the heart of the enterprise's business transformation process, which means that it has to be connected with dozens of other new and existing applications. Integration cost is sometimes overlooked or underestimated, despite the different studies that point out that around 25-35% of the total project cost would likely be spent on integration.

Coming up with the right integration architecture is crucial to the success ...

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