Universal Containers has a large call center that has a limited inventory and must ensure there is product availability before an Opportunity is marked as Closed. Custom Apex has been implemented to check inventory levels before an Opportunity is saved. What should an architect consider before recommending Performance testing?

  1. Number of unit tests
  2. Number of Apex Hammer failures
  3. Number of debug log entries
  4. Number of concurrent transactions

Answer(s): D

Universal Containers (UC) is using Salesforce for their sales organization. The sales users have created several dashboards using multiple running users. The admins have also added a few workflow rues that send email notifications to some sales users. What should an Architect consider while planning the deployment of such components? Choose 2 answers

  1. If the username in the source org doesn't exist in the target org, the deployment will continue and Salesforce will automatically create the username in the target org.
  2. User fields are ignored during metadata deployments and all such users need to be manually created in the target org before starting the deployment.
  3. If the username in the source org doesn't exist in the target org, the deployment will stop until the usernames are resolved or removed.
  4. User Fields are preserved during metadata deployments and Salesforce attempts to locate a matching user in the target org during deployment.

Answer(s): C,D

Universal Containers (UC) has a large user base (>300 users) and was originally implemented eight years ago by a Salesforce Systems Integration Partner. Since then, UC has made a number of changes to their Visual force pages and Apex classes in response to customer requirements, made by a variety of Vendors and internal teams. Which three issues would a new Technical Architect expect to see when evaluating the code in the Salesforce org? Choose 3 answers

  1. Multiple triggers on the same object, making it hard to understand the order of operations.
  2. Multiple unit test failures would be encountered.
  3. Broken functionality due to Salesforce upgrades.
  4. Duplicated logic across Visual force pages and Apex classes performing similar tasks.
  5. Custom built JSON and String manipulation Classes that are no longer required.

Answer(s): A,D,E

Which two groups are responsible for the creation and execution of Release Management processes? Choose 2 answers

  1. Steering Committee
  2. End Users
  3. Dev/Build Team (Missed)
  4. Center of Excellence (Missed)

Answer(s): C,D

Universal Containers (UC) is implementing a governance framework and has asked the Architect to make recommendations regarding release planning. Which two decisions should the Architect make when planning for releases? Choose 2 answers

  1. How to test existing functionality to ensure no regressions are introduced.
  2. Whether Salesforce will wait to upgrade the pod until after a UC release is complete.
  3. How to roll back to the previous Salesforce release if there are issues.
  4. When to test a new UC feature release if there are issues.

Answer(s): C