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1. Key Take Away from the webinar 2. Prerequisites 3. Heroku Toolbelt 4. Why are we here ? What we are Building Architectural Overview Technology Stack Details Org and Heroku Connect Setup Live Demo Q & A 5. Why ? Easy to Start & Configure Time Saver Uses Standard Tools Goodbye to Server Load Balancing Cheapest for Low Traffic 6. Case Story 7. Heroku at to Heroku Bi-Directional Data Transfer 8. + Heroku let you do more 9. Architecture Heroku and Postgres for production web apps Salesforce for CRM Heroku Connect for to keep Web app data and CRM data in sync 10. Heroku Connect Synchronization as a Service Real-time, bi-directional data sync Heroku Postgres Point and click Configuration Multi-org Support 11. Heroku Connect Implementing synchronization with Heroku 12. Heroku Terminology 13. Dyno Architecture 14. Heroku Basics Terminology - Procfiles named commands that you may want executed. Application consist of your source code, a description of any dependencies, and a Procfile. - Slug is an application bundle of your source, fetched dependencies, the language runtime, and compiled/ generated output of the build system ready for execution. - Buildpacks lie behind the slug compilation process. Buildpacks take your application , its dependencies and the language runtime, and produce slugs. - Dynos are isolated , virtualized unix containers that provide the environment required to run an application 15. Heroku + Salesforce Hybrid App 16. Q & A ? For further queries you can contact Srinivas at 17. For free Salesforce consultation contact us at [email protected]