Catch CloudKettle at Midwest Dreamin’


The CloudKettle team is gearing up to head to Chicago from August 7 – 9 for another incredible Midwest Dreamin. Last year, there were over 700 people in attendance and a jam-packed schedule of learning, networking, and Ohana. 

This year, our own Greg Poirier and Ryan O’Sullivan will be presenting. Connect with them at one of the two sessions listed below. 

Advanced Admin Security Checklist

Greg Poirer is President of CloudKettle, 3x Salesforce Certified, and has been in the Salesforce ecosystem for over a decade. CloudKettle specializes in working with clients who have complex regulatory and compliance frameworks. Which is why Salesforce security is a topic we’re very passionate about. Greg will be sharing six advanced ways Salesforce Admins can protect their Orgs. 

Attend this session to learn

Security is a growing concern for every organization and Salesforce Admins have a large role to play in Salesforce security. This session is for Admins and Accidental Admins who oversee a Salesforce instance. The purpose of the presentation is to demonstrate six key areas to focus on to improve the security of your instance. Attend this session to learn more about: 

  1. Session Settings
  2. Custom Permissions
  3. Data sharing
  4. Implicit sharing
  5. External Sharing
  6. Creating Admins with Permission Sets

Where is Greg’s Session 

Location: Salon 12

Date: August 9, 2019

Time: 9:15 am – 9:55 am

View Greg’s session on the Midwest Dreamin’ site. 

How & Why to Switch to Salesforce Developer Experience (SFDX)

Ryan is a Senior Salesforce Developer at CloudKettle. He has an impressive 14 Salesforce certifications and is working towards becoming a Certified Technical Architect. This presentation will cover some of the benefits of working within Salesforce Developer Experience (SFDX), including a live demo, and how to make the transition. 

Attend this session to learn

This session is aimed at Salesforce Developers interested in learning more about SFDX. In the last year and a half, Salesforce has stopped supporting a number of development environments. If you’re currently using Mavens Mate or Eclipse within Salesforce, transitioning to SFDX should be a priority for you. Attend this session to learn:

  • How to transition from your current development environment to SFDX
  • How using SFDX makes Metadata packageable and increases reusability
  • How to leverage Scratch Orgs for more effective testing

Where is Ryan’s Session 

Location: Salon 4+5

Date: August 9, 2019

Time: 8:15 am – 8:55 am

View Ryan’s session on the Midwest Dreamin’ site. 

Wrap Up 

Want to connect with CloudKettle but can’t make it to one of these sessions? Reach out today to set up a meeting with one of our consultants. 

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