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by Phil Calvin
Force.com is the preeminent on-demand application development platform in use today, supporting hundreds of thousands of organizations. To meet the extreme demands of its large user population, Force.com’s foundation is a metadata-driven software architecture that enables multitenant applications. This session will provide developers an insight into how the Force.com Multi-tenant architecture delivers robust, reliable, Internet-scale applications Individual enterprises and commercial software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendors trust.
by Jeff Barr
Amazon DynamoDB is a new, fully managed NoSQL database service. Developers can provision their DynamoDB tables for any desired level of read and write throughput (from tens up to hundreds of thousands of operations per second), and can change these values at any time without downtime or performance degradation. In this session you will learn about DynamoDB and how to access it from Ruby code running in the Heroku environment. You will learn how to create, populate, query, monitor, and scan tables and you’ll see how easy and quickly you can change the provisioned throughput in order to respond to changing conditions.
Heroku is ideally suited to creating applications on the Facebook platform. Indeed, as you will learn in this session, you can create a Heroku backed Facebook app directly from within Facebook. With close to a billion users, Facebook is becoming the venue for the social enterprise's storefront. Integrate your salesforce or database.com data and now you have a truly social enterprise application. This session will teach you how to build a Facebook application using your choice of Ruby, PHP, Java, or Node.js on Heroku, integrating with data and processes in Force.com.
15th March 2012