A . Universal Containers is building a new marketing website on Heroku. They want to capture user information on the site and have that data flow into Salesforce for followup .
Which Heroku features should an Architectrecommend to accomplish this? B . Heroku Conned and Heroku Postgres. C . HeroKu Private Spaces and Private Space Peering. D . Heroku Redis and Heroku Teams. E . Heroku Dataclips and the Heroku Platform AP
A client’s Heroku application syncs data between a Heroku Postgres database and a Salesforce orgusing the Salesforce Bulk API. The client has determined the application currently uses 90% of the client’s daily Salesforce Bulk API limit.
To overcome this issue, what feature, to replace the Bulk API implementation in this scenario, should anArchitect recommend? A . Custom Apex callouts B . Heroku Connect C . Salesforce SOAP API D . Salesforce Connect
An app uses a queue of worker dynos to perform complex image processing, but the worker dynos are occasionally running out of memory when performing the processing. All of their dynos are currently standard-1x dynos.
What should an Architect recommend in this scenario? A . Add additional worker dynos. B . Break up the image processing across multiple dynos. C . Move the app to a Private Space. D . Change the type of dynos to standard-2x.
Universal Containers (UC) usesHeroku Connect to synchronize changes to the Account object in their Salesforce org. UC’s Heroku application makes a batch update that changes one million records to the Heroku Postgres database table that mirrors the Account object.
Approximately, how long will these updates take to sync back to the Salesforce org? A . It depends on the sync performance, which can vary from one connection to another. B . 1 hour. C . One million updates is too many for Heroku Connect to handle; therefore, the sync will fail D . 12 hours.
Universal Containers is developing a Salesforce appthat invokes a Heroku app’s web service, which asynchronously generates customer invoices. The Heroku app is deployed to a Private Space. When an invoice is ready, the Heroku app sends a POST request to the Salesforce REST API .
Which two options should an Architect recommend to ensure that neither the Salesforce nor the Heroku app is accessible from the public internet? Choose 2 answers. A . Restrict the Private Space’s trusted IP range to Salesforce IP addresses B . Restrict the Private Space’s trusted IP range to Universal Containers’ VPN C . Restrict the Salesforce connected app’s login IP ranges to Universal Containers’ VPN D . Restrict the Salesforce connected app’s login IP ranges to the stable outbound IP addresses of the Private Space
This is no VPN connection and a trusted IP range is used to limit the trusted outside application’s IP address And there is document related to this use case: https://devcenterheroku.com/articles/establish-trust-private-space-and-salesforce#salesforce-heroku-apps
Universal Containers (UC) has a Heroku Postgres database attached toa Heroku app, which is running in the Common Runtime.
What should an Architect recommend UC do to secure their database to only trusted locations? A . Move the database and the app into the Private Space. B . Add a Trusted IP range to the Heroku Postgresconfiguration. C . Set up a VPN from the trusted locations to the app. D . Set up a VPC in a one-off dyno when access to Heroku Postgres is needed.
Which two statementsdescribe characteristics of Private Space Logging? (Choose two.) A . Log entries are forwarded as HTTPS POST requests. B . Log entries are collated and forwarded by Heroku’s Logplex router. C . Log entries can be forwarded to up to three logging services. D . Log entries can be forwarded to only one logging service.