Northern Trail Outfitter's development team has built new features for its sales team in
the Asia-Pacific region. While testing the Apex classes, the developers are constantly hitting the governor limits.
What should the architect recommend during the review to address this issue?
Universal Containers (UC) had added a Service team to the Salesforce Platform. The
Service team would like to have a few dozen of the service centers entered into the system as
technical reference dat
a. The service centers are made searchable in many different web forms
and rather independent from all other business entities. In the past, they had to manually add any
new service centers in each sandbox in the code migration path, they would like to eliminate the
manual work if it is possible.
What is an optimal way to accomplish this requirement?
Universal Containers (UC) had implemented two full sandboxes. One, known as Stage,
is used for performance, regression testing, and production readiness check. The other is used primarily for user acceptance testing (UAT). Both full sandboxes were refreshed two months ago. Currently, UC is targeting to start user acceptance testing in two weeks, and do production release in four weeks. An admin also realized Salesforce will have a major release in six weeks.
UC needs to release on the current Salesforce version, but also wants to make sure the new
Salesforce release does not break anything
What should an architect recommend?
Universal Containers (UC) has multiple teams with major projects working
concurrently in their own developer sandboxes. After deploying to production, a bug is
discovered. Due to tight timelines, the development team has suggested correcting the bug in the user acceptance testing (UAT) environment, which is a full copy sandbox.
What should the architect recommend?