On December 20th of this year, Salesforce seemingly silently released the news of Salesforce Hyperforce. While Salesforce Hyperforce has not garnered some of the attention that other Salesforce products have gotten upon public release, it is an absolute game changer for Salesforce’s global expansion and governance in Europe, China, India, and more. That’s because the core benefit of Salesforce Hyperforce is enabling companies to choose between Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and Microsoft Azure to host their Salesforce data. That means for the first time ever, a large barrier to entry for Salesforce overseas is now decimated; opening the flood gates for global growth.
Here are the details (so far)…
- Compliance – By enabling companies to choose the location where their data will be stored, Salesforce Hyperforce unlocks the ability to comply with regulations specific to your company, region, or industry (think GDPR).
- Scale – By hosting on the world’s most popular cloud platforms, companies can control their elasticity and scale quickly.
- Security – Hyperforce will help you lock down your data with industry-leading security and governance that you’d expect from Salesforce.
- Compatibility – All of your Salesforce customizations (or customizations configured by a partner like us) will run without disruption on Hyperforce. Full backward compatibility.
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There is a lot more information coming down the pipe about developments pertaining to the platform and Plative will keep you updated every step of the way. Whether you are a small business or a global business in a heavily regulated industry like Financial Services or Healthcare, you will be able to host Salesforce data on a local cloud platform from GCP, AWS, and Azure. This is a big deal.
Currently, Hyperforce is live in India and Germany today, and 10 additional countries are going live this year.