Salesforce has made its Low-Code DevOps Center service generally available, providing developers with a platform to build custom applications.

The Salesforce DevOps Center service is based on the same object model that Salesforce uses to build its own applications. DevOps Center makes it easy to collaboratively build, test, and deploy custom solutions in Salesforce – including automations, applications, and experiences that connect to real-time customer data.

“Businesses are facing economic headwinds, creating tension between speed-to-value and the security of the application lifecycle across sales, service, marketing, commerce, and IT. CIOs and their teams must help their companies do more with the tools and resources at their disposal,”


said Karen Fidelak, Senior Director of Product Management, Salesforce.


“DevOps Center is one of our most-requested and most-anticipated solutions ever because it increases efficiency and productivity – and it makes work easier and more accurate for thousands of development teams. It’s now easier than ever to manage changes, collaborate with team members, and ensure you have a synchronized source. And, it’s designed for fusion teams made up of developers across the low-code and pro-code continuum, so you can work inside or outside the DevOps Center UI-based app and everything remains in sync,”


Fidelak continued.

The DevOps Center platform allows development teams to track and deploy changes to custom objects in the Salesforce platform as work items that can be integrated with other Salesforce flows, a set of process management tools the company provides. DevOps Center automatically tracks any changes that development teams make to their sandboxes.

Salesforce also provides optional integrations with version control systems, such as GitHub, to centralize the management and governance of artifacts.


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