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July 11, 2016updated 12 Jan 2017 2:17pm

What is Thunder?

The brains behind Salesforce IoT Cloud.

By Ellie Burns

Billed by Salesforce as the world’s most scalable event processing engine, Thunder is designed to ingest and orchestrate billions of events from the connected world in real-time.

Integrated with every Salesforce cloud, Thunder’s smart technology gives users insights that allow proactive personalised actions to be taken from any device. It’s intuitive interface allows users to manage and sort events while also ensuring the most relevant, targeted interactions.


Learn more about the brains behind the Salesforce IoT Cloud on the next page.

Described by Salesforce as the brains behind the operation, Thunder powers the Salesforce IoT Cloud which allows users to harness all the data gathered by devices, sensors, customers and partners.

With IoT Cloud, users can then process that data in order to engage proactively with customers in real-time. The IoT Cloud provides intuitive tools which allows users to pick out significant events from huge amounts of data and trigger actions in real-time.


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