The multi-tenant nature of Salesforce has enabled the company to release multiple updates every year to its customers. This approach also provides room for growth to ensure infrastructure does not limit scalability.
Today, microservices have moved from being a tool for hardcore developers to being a structure that supports a much broader and more modern group of developers.
Saleforce’s $6.5 billion acquisition of San Francisco based software maker Mulesoft also gave it a shot in the arm. Some 18 months after the acquisition, Mulesoft has integrated deeply into Salesforce solutions, helping its customers connect all information throughout their enterprise, across all public and private clouds and data sources.
In an interview with TechCircle, Pargaonkar spoke about Salesforce’s multi-tenant architecture, the use of APIs in their new solutions and how Mulesoft complements its offerings.
Pargaonkar also spoke about how the company’s Customer 360 platform offers a bird’s eye view of customers, which is a crucial part of the digital transformation journeys of enterprises today.