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Deploying a Salesforce Community with Change Sets

In preparation for deploying a community this coming weekend, I thought I’d share some knowledge around migrating a community through change sets. It’s been one of the biggest time-saving features Salesforce has invested in to-date, and they’ve only been making it better and better. It’s been available since Summer ‘18 and they made more improvements […]

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Deployment Groups in Visual Studio Team Services

If you use Visual Studio Team Services for your build and deploy process, you may have noticed a new menu item pop up a few months ago – “Deployment Groups”. I’ve been using this new feature in new projects since it came out in preview in May and it’s a great way to handle deployments […]

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Deploying Liferay System in the Cloud: Why and How

Over the decades, cloud technologies have been rapidly developed and applied to almost every aspect of the IT industry. To enable their businesses to be more agile and flexible, more and more companies have been moving their application hosting, infrastructure, data storage, website content and more to the cloud. Liferay, as a portal platform to […]

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The Ultimate Salesforce Deployment Checklist

According to Forrester’s recent CRM trends report geared to help users navigate the future of CRM in 2017, the use of customer relationship management (CRM) solutions should be viewed as the foundational building block to power your customer experience (CX) strategy. For Salesforce users looking to tap into the true power of the platform, your […]

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A CRM Deployment or “Moving Checklist” for Migrations

Every Salesforce implementation has its zenith in deploying the final solution and going live. This may include multiple phases or steps, people and technologies to be successful. When planning your next CRM deployment, take a page out of a recent house move when thinking about the essential steps. House moves are similarly complex. There are often a […]

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Deploying Mule Project to Multiple Environments

This is a quick note. There are plenty of other online resources discussing the same topic. I want to list the steps in one place, so it’s easier for anyone who wants to follow this practice. In a typical software development life cycle, a project needs to be deployed to multiple environments. Mule project is […]

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Azure ARM Template: Import and Export Templates from Portal

The feature support for Azure Resource Manager and ARM Templates has been a little light since it’s initial release. This is something that is slowly changing, however, an update to the Azure Portal released this week helps move ARM Template support forward in a big way. This new feature is the ability to Export any […]

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Azure ARM Template: Create Service Bus Namespaces

The Visual Studio 2015 support GUI support for Azure Resource Group projects and managing ARM Templates is still fairly new. As a result there isn’t full GUI and editor support in it for all features of Azure; although there are a lot of features already supported. One of the features that isn’t supported through the […]

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Deploy Azure Web App using ARM Template from Visual Studio 2015

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the new set of APIs for deploying and managing Microsoft Azure services. A previous article in this series defines what Azure Resource Manager (ARM) means for Developers, IT Pros and DevOps. This article will dive into the details of using Azure Resource Manager, ARM Templates, Visual Studio 2015, and the Azure SDK to […]

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CRISP and IBM Cognos TM1

CRISP stands for Cross Industry Standard Process. It is a process model that describes commonly used approaches that experts use to tackle problems. Typically, you’ll hear of CRISP in the context of CRISP-DM, defining a process or methodology that breaks the process of data mining into six major phases. A little more about the CRISP […]

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Release Management Options for WebSphere

Every non-trivial implementation of WebSphere Portal (are there any trivial ones?) will need some degree of automation, mostly around release management.  Most customers have three or more portal environments: Development, Production, and one or more in the middle.  In the last few years, we’re seeing a greater demand for Disaster Recovery environments as well.  Promoting […]

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