OrgFlow is a cross-platform DevOps tool that opens the Salesforce platform up to modern software development, version control, deployment and automation techniques.
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OrgFlow is a Salesforce DevOps tool for org-based development scenarios. It consists of a suite of powerful, easy-to-use and easy-to-script CLI commands that provide all the functionality you need to build, manage, automate and operate a full end-to-end Salesforce DevOps process.
Before OrgFlow, real DevOps was mostly reserved for those doing package-based development using Salesforce DX and the Salesforce CLI. OrgFlow is designed specifically for bringing true DevOps to org-based development.
Compared to the Salesforce CLI:
OrgFlow is designed to be a good fit no matter where you are on your Salesforce DevOps journey, and how far and fast you intend to go. Powerful and simple enough to be used out of the box — but also versatile enough to be a piece in a bigger DevOps puzzle.
Perform Salesforce DevOps tasks by manually executing OrgFlow commands in a terminal
Compose those commands into scripts using your favorite scripting languages and tools
Automate your DevOps pipeline by running those scripts based on schedules or triggers in your favorite CI/CD platform
Integrate your DevOps pipeline with a universe of popular tools and services
OrgFlow is a cross-platform CLI tool that can be used on any computer running either macOS, Windows or Linux — either on the host or running as a Docker container using the images we provide.
This means basically anywhere you want — from your personal laptop, to a server in your company's data center, to a cloud-based virtual machine or serverless compute environment, to a hosted build agent in your favorite CI/CD platform.
Explore and learn more about the features that make OrgFlow the most powerful Salesforce DevOps solution on the planet.
From managing your Salesforce environments, to running Apex tests, to flowing metadata changes to and from your Git repository — OrgFlow provides a suite of CLI commands with all the functionality you need to build, manage, automate and operate a full end-to-end Salesforce DevOps pipeline.
OrgFlow introduces innovative ways of handling and processing your Salesforce metadata, that challenge conventional wisdom and enable new levels of simplicity and performance not previously available to Salesforce developers.
With its emphasis on Git at the core of the product, its open and portable architecture, its unopinionated design and its ability to be both easy to use and easy to script and automate, OrgFlow is Salesforce DevOps built by DevOps engineers, for DevOps engineers.
OrgFlow can run on your favorite CI/CD platform, so you can run your Salesforce DevOps workflows based on schedules and triggers, manage your work with boards and backlogs, use pull requests for change review and automated validations, and integrate with a universe of popular tools and services.
Rich logging and diagnostic capabilities. Best-in-class performance and scalability. Strong encryption and masking of secrets. Modern cloud-friendly self-hosting architecture. OrgFlow is a Salesforce DevOps tool your business can rely and depend on.
As a bonus, OrgFlow also includes a veritable Swiss army knife of low-level utility commands, making the same innovative logic that powers OrgFlow's end-to-end workflows available for your own Salesforce scripting needs. Great for simplifying repetitive tasks, or for when you get an awesome Salesforce automation idea.
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Check out our documentation to learn how to get started with OrgFlow. Our getting started guide shows you step by step how to set up your stack and perform your first deployment.Visit our docs site
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Whether you're a one-person startup or a multi-national enterprise, we have a plan that fits you and your team. For smaller teams, our Starter Edition is free — and always will be.Learn about our pricing