Table of Contents

  1. Term List
  2. Heroku Services
  3. FDW / Data Links from Shield Env
  4. Heroku Connect

To be completely honest, part of the reason I’m writing this doc is for my own study / self-reference as I prepare for Salesforces’ Heroku Architecture Certification: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/credentials/herokuarchitecturedesigner

Useful Quizlet resource: https://quizlet.com/387365689/heroku-architecture-designer-flash-cards/

Term List

https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/glossary-of-heroku-terminology

Covers the majors like: Add-on App Buildpack Config var Dyno

Heroku Services

Deploy to Heroku

Pipelines

Heroku CI

Heroku Postgres Heroku Redis Apache Kafka on Heroku

Heroku Dashboard

Heroku Exec Heroku Exec is a feature for creating secure TCP and SSH tunnels into a dyno. It allows for SSH sessions, port forwarding, remote debugging, and inspection with popular Java diagnostic tools.

Heroku Teams

Heroku SSL

Heroku Enterprise

Heroku Private Spaces

Shield Private Spaces

Heroku Connect

Salesforce Connect

Platform API

Heroku Connect

Most likely the single most important section of the documentation will be this one: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/writing-data-to-salesforce-with-heroku-connect#using-custom-triggers-with-heroku-connect

Which covers how to make custom triggers on the Heroku Connect Postgres side Schema, persistent and not recursive with the existing Connect action / update triggers.