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Architecting AI Solutions on Salesforce

By : Lars Malmqvist
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Architecting AI Solutions on Salesforce

By: Lars Malmqvist

Overview of this book

Written for Salesforce architects who want quickly implementable AI solutions for their business challenges, Architecting AI Solutions on Salesforce is a shortcut to understanding Salesforce Einstein’s full capabilities – and using them. To illustrate the full technical benefits of Salesforce’s own AI solutions and components, this book will take you through a case study of a fictional company beginning to adopt AI in its Salesforce ecosystem. As you progress, you'll learn how to configure and extend the out-of-the-box features on various Salesforce clouds, their pros, cons, and limitations. You'll also discover how to extend these features using on- and off-platform choices and how to make the best architectural choices when designing custom solutions. Later, you'll advance to integrating third-party AI services such as the Google Translation API, Microsoft Cognitive Services, and Amazon SageMaker on top of your existing solutions. This isn’t a beginners’ Salesforce book, but a comprehensive overview with practical examples that will also take you through key architectural decisions and trade-offs that may impact the design choices you make. By the end of this book, you'll be able to use Salesforce to design powerful tailor-made solutions for your customers with confidence.
Table of Contents (17 chapters)
1
Section 1: Salesforce and AI
3
Section 2: Out-of-the-Box AI Features for Salesforce
8
Section 3: Extending and Building AI Features
12
Section 4: Making the Right Decision

Section 2: Out-of-the-Box AI Features for Salesforce

This section will explain the out-of-the-box features available on different Salesforce clouds that can be used to implement AI solutions. We will start with the core Sales Cloud and Service Cloud offerings and then proceed to Marketing Cloud and Commerce Cloud. Finally, we will take a whistlestop tour through the various industry clouds.

This section comprises the following chapters: