Agile development for clicks-not-code.

Don’t let the data complexity of low-code apps slow you and your team down or stop you from following good governance in Salesforce.

AppOps Release gives admins a simple way to manage changes to the reference data that underpins low-code applications with the same change management rigor developers apply to code changes. Automatically maintain an audit trail of every change and seamlessly deploy data across different orgs to continuously implement, test, train, and release apps.

Empower your entire team to release faster.

AppOps Release ensures deployments occur correctly every time so your team can focus on building, testing, and delivering the next release.

VERSION CONTROL

Greater release flexibility and velocity for low-code apps.

Quickly check in/out changes to data between multiple Salesforce orgs to better control changes and deliver quality apps more often. AppOps Release integrates with popular version control systems to provide a single source of truth for reference data, allowing admins to track every change, compare changes, and resolve conflicts if multiple users are working on the same data.

PRE-BUILT DATA SETS & DEPLOYMENT PLANS

There’s a template for that.

Deploy faster with templated data set and deployment plans. Create templates for any repeatable deployment or use one of our pre-built Toolkits. We maintain specially-designed deployment templates for common low-code apps so you can hit the ground running.

  • Salesforce CPQ and Billing
  • Salesforce Field Service Lightning
  • Advanced Approvals

AUTOMATIC DATA DEPLOYMENTS

Migrate reference data in your sleep.

Schedule deployment plans in the future via Salesforce, APIs, command lines or third party scheduling tools. AppOps Release will even deactivate and reactivate workflow rules, validation rules, and Process Builder processes to prevent erroneous user alerts during a deployment.

ROLLBACK

Don’t let mistakes ruin your day.

No more searching through CSVs for miskeyed data. Easily initiate a rollback deployment to restore the data in a Salesforce Org to any prior version.

SALESFORCE DX PLUGIN

Remove bottlenecks between Salesforce admins and developers.

Integrate low-code application change management into established release cycles with our AppOps CLI Salesforce DX plugin. Quickly seed a scratch org with data for testing, promote app changes from a scratch org to a sandbox, and add AppOps deployments to Developer Hub processes.

SECURE DEVELOPMENT

Secure your release management workflow.

AppOps Release eliminates the need for locally stored CSV files to migrate data between Salesforce orgs. Users authenticate via OAuth, and AppOps encrypts data in transit, provides robust controls to scramble/obfuscate sensitive data, and never stores data.

See Prodly AppOps in action

Sometimes seeing is believing, and for those
occasions we made a demo. Let one of our
experts show you how easy it can be to build,
test, and release apps.

Stay on top of market shifts.

Staying competitive means having the business agility to recognize and respond to change. Not to worry, we’re here to help. Explore solutions to rapidly iterate business processes while keeping users productive and preserving change management.

We have two Salesforce instances, and both the orgs require a huge amount of
set up data in order to perform end to end testing. It used to take days to set up
the data in each orgs, but now with Prodly we cut down our time from days to
hours and once the initial data set creation is done it just comes down to minutes.
It’s just one time data set creation and reuse it multiple times.

—Kirthi Sidulwar CRM Application Architect / K12

Resources

Automate Release Management for Low-code Apps

Every day, Salesforce admins are managing more and more low-code applications.

Agile Release Managment

Learn best practices for managing Salesforce new feature releases and change requests.

Essential Guide to Reference Data Management: Salesforce CPQ edition

Salesforce CPQ is quickly configured with clicks not code. So why does it still take so long to make changes?