You can use the Commvault software to protect the following Salesforce data and the corresponding metadata.
- Standard objects
- Custom objects
- Salesforce CRM content
- Salesforce files
You can back up the data to media and to a local database that you can use for queries that do not require Salesforce access.
You can restore the data to a local file system, database, or to Salesforce as needed.
- You can back up the Salesforce data to media and to a local database.
- You can schedule these backups to run automatically at regular intervals, so that you always have the latest backup copy.
- If an accidental permanent deletion or a user account hack occurs, you can restore from the latest backup copy to a file system, to a local database, or to Salesforce.
Use the Commvault Cloud Connector to connect to Salesforce. You can use an optional Microsoft SQL Server (SQL Server 2008 or higher) database to use as the backup location or the restore destination.
The Commvault software uses the following Salesforce interfaces:
- REST API
- SOAP API
- Bulk API
For more information on these interfaces, see Which API Should I Use?
You can perform all backup and restore operations from the CommCell Console or the Command Center.
When you use the Command Center, you can also perform Salesforce record-level restores.
For information on Command Center, see Salesforce.
Last modified: 7/1/2019 9:37:52 PM