GG3 has gone live with a B2B multi-cloud solution and plans to add more functionality over time. The company has a team of system administrators who each focus on a specific cloud and area of functionality. GG3 has decided to use an Org-Based deployment approach. It wants to protect the investment made and set the team up for success in the future.
What should a Solution Architect recommend as a best practice to put checks in place for decisions on changes moving forward?
What should a Solution Architect do to ensure that all requirements for a multi-cloud implementation are captured during discovery sessions so that project stakeholders are aligned with the project team on deliverables?
Universal Containers (UC) is in the process of identifying if Revenue Cloud will work for its business processes. UC has already implemented Sales Cloud, which includes complex steps and checklists that are orchestrated based on changes made to an Opportunity. Based on the current Sales Cloud implementation, UC has concerns about how Revenue Cloud will interact with its current customizations on the Opportunity object and if it will be difficult to customize the solution in the future.
Which design approach should a Solution Architect recommend to mitigate concerns about custom processes on any single object?
Universal Containers (UC) currently utilizes Sales Cloud and Experience Cloud for its customers. For the next phase in its digital transformation, UC would like to enable its vast dealer network with the kinds of tools its direct Sales teams are currently using. UC is considering Partner Communities (PRM) on Experience Cloud. UC's concern at the moment is making sure that its dealer network only gets access to the opportunities they themselves bring to UC or that UC submits to the dealer to close. This is a concern for the VP of direct sales who has issues with bringing PRM in at all.
What is the initial suggestion a Solution Architect should provide to make Partner Communities work for UC?
Universal Containers recently began a project to connect its ERP with Salesforce. One of the requirements is a daily batch process to create and update orders and order product information. The development team, using the corporate ETL tool, has created two processes to create these records using Bulk API. The test in the development environment worked fine, but in the production environment, some order product records were not updated and showed an error "UNABLE_TO_LOCK_ROW:unable to obtain exclusive access to this record". There is one Process Builder on the Order Product object and no async process.
Which two steps should a Solution Architect recommend to avoid this error?
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