Release Dynamix for
Release-Certainty at the Click of a Button
From Calculated Guesswork to Data-Based Decision Making
Pinpoint areas impacted by change so you can easily foresee and resolve potential change delivery risks. Easily make an informed decision when going into production.
Define scoped entities in RDx for
SFDC to generate an automatic
summary report of Salesforce
click-and-point and development
impacted components, as well
as dependency relations.
Result: Gain an immediate view
and an informed estimate of
the potential impact of change,
including testing efforts.
Once scoped items have been defined, decide which impacted customization and development components should be changed. For every scoped entity, a deep analysis is available, with detailed component dependencies including: code change highlights, usage rating, dates, and touchpoints to external applications.
Result: Gain an immediate view and an informed estimate of the potential impact of change, including testing efforts.
Once the list of development and customization components has been created, a test plan can easily be defined. This is done based on an analysis of the chosen components and a list of related testing entry points which are automatically generated.
Result: For every entry point, a test owner may either link a test from an existing catalog, ask the system for test recommendations or create a new test.
View the test risk summary
for scoped entry points
throughout the change cycle.
Gain a clear indication of
testing entry points covered
vs. uncovered, as well as
test coverage of external
Gain an accurate view of project risk and mitigation. Confidently go into production when all risk parameters are green.
Discover Salesforce change delivery
risks before they impact
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