These are technical notes I compiled while studying using Trailhead, Salesforce's free self-learning portal.
List of Design Patterns with “Best practices and guidance for your solutions” on the Salesforce Architects Diagrams Page
- Publish / Subscribe - Multiple publishers and subscribers sharing data through an event bus.
- Publish / Subscribe (Unique Copy) - Exchange messages via one or more channels in an event bus
- Fanout - Messages are delivered through a single message queue.
- Claim Check - Lower data volumes being sent through the event bus.
- Passed Messages - Segment the message handling logic into multiple components.
- Streaming - Unique copies of each message stream are sent to each subscriber.
- Queuing - Producers send messages to queues, which hold the messages until subscribers retrieve them.
- Hospitality Loyalty Management Process - The time based interactions of systems in a hospitality loyalty management process.
- Retail Loyalty Management Process - The time based interactions of systems in a retail loyalty management process.
- Bi-Directional Data Replication with Heroku Connect - Use Heroku Connect in bidirectional data replication scenarios.
- Data Synchronization Via Claim Check Messaging - Syncronize data at scale with Heroku Postgres and Apache Kafka on Heroku.
- Data Transformation at Scale with Passed Messages - Handle complex, high volume data transformation with Apache Kafka on Heroku.
- Data Synchronization at Scale with Heroku Connect - Handle high volume API requests and sync data at scale with Heroku Connect
- Data Synchronization with Salesforce Streaming Events - Push data asynchronously with a streaming event architecture.