Analyze dependencies and where metadata elements are used, compare and deploy changes, automate your deployments and deploy CPQ data - in an all-in-one platform
Not sure which fields are being used in a flow? Explore everything in your org and understand how everything connects.
Compare and align your orgs, move changes between them, get alerts on missing references, and stop wasting time on resolving failed deployments.
Salto helps you automate manual processes such as documentation, deployments, bulk changes, and more.
Salto integrates with a version control provider of your choice, so you can track how your environments change over time and better collaborate with your team while maintaining an accurate log of your configuration changes.
Compare your sandbox to any other environment, including production, see what’s missing and align what’s needed. Save errors and long manual investigations trying to figure out what went wrong in your deployment.
Deploy multiple metadata items together, including FLS and CPQ data records, and compare the planned change with the target org in every step of the deployment process.
Salto’s open architecture allows you to integrate with any continuous integration platform, so you can push your versions to Git, create pull requests, run validations and unit testing and schedule your deployments
Salto treats Salesforce CPQ data as any other metadata type, allowing one to see where a CPQ data records are being referenced, deploy metadata and CPQ data record in the same deployment and get notified of any missing related elements, such as another record on a lookup field.
Salto has powerful metadata editing capabilities, such as making bulk changes in your org's metadata and editing metadata just before deploying it to the target environment.
Not being able to see where Salesforce standard fields are used can hurt your development process. With Salto, “Where is this used” is available for both custom and standard fields to save you precious browsing time.
Lost between the Salesforce setup menu, Workbench, and VSCode trying to find where are some hardcoded IDs? Use "CTRL+F" across your entire Salesforce org—only with Salto.
Need to migrate two process builders and not sure where to begin? Compare two metadata items of the same type, see the differences, and simplify your migration process.
Did someone break your apex class? Be the first to know with Salto’s metadata monitoring, allowing you to set email or Slack notifications on changes in your org.