Sudipta Deb

Sudipta Deb

Founder of Technical Potpourri, Co-Founder of Shrey Tech, Enterprise Cloud Architect

Hyperforce is the next-generation Salesforce infrastructure architecture, built for the public cloud. Hyperforce infrastructure is composed of code rather than hardware, so that the Salesforce platform and applications can be delivered rapidly and reliably to locations worldwide, giving customers more choice and control over data residency. Salesforce products running on Hyperforce benefit from its integration of enhanced standards for compliance, security, agility, and scalability, and from Salesforce’s continued commitment to privacy. By providing a common foundation for deploying our application stacks, Hyperforce accelerates Salesforce’s ability to innovate across product clouds and deliver additional business value to customers.

I have published a blog post earlier covering basics of Hyperforce. You can read the post by clicking on the link below.

What is Hyperforce?

Now with this migration happening, the question is how do I know whether my org has migrated into Hyperforce or not?

In this post, I am going to show you how you can quickly find out the answer.

First Find Out The Instace of Your Org

To find out the instance of the org, what you need to do is go to Setup and from there go to Company Information. You will be able to find out the instace number from this page. Screenshot attached.

Find Out

With the instance number, you need to go to the page https://availability.salesforce.com/find-my-instance/

In this page, put the instance number and submit. If your org is already migrated into Hyperforce, you will find it from here. Screenshot attached

 

Find Out The Status Of Your Sandboxes

You can go to Settings -> Environments -> Sandboxes to check whether your sandboxes are in Hyperforce Server or not. See the screenshot below –

Disclaimer

This article is not endorsed by Salesforce, Google, or any other company in any way. I shared my knowledge on this topic in this blog post. Please always refer to Official Documentation for the latest information.

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