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The new Partial Data Sandboxes sound extremely useful but to determine how useful they are I need to find out the price - anyone got any ideas?

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To answer my own question - from the grapevine I'm hearing roughly 20% of annual license cost for a partial data sandbox, and roughly 30% for a full one.

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As salesforce has a license based model, much depends on your total amount of licenses and feature setup. As sandboxes are a copy their price is in relation to your production contract.

You'll need to contact your official salesforce account executive for any pricing information.

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This Sandbox type is available in Enterprise, Performance, and Unlimited editions.It depends on licenses you are using. It is priced with your existing production. Contact Salesforce for any price information.

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We are a pretty big SFDC UE customer. Our use case was to copy over some selected custom object values that act as reference/configuration tables rather than going through data loader on each refresh.

This wasn't enough to justify accepting the SFDC quote of one partial data sandbox that was in Maserati-territory, price-wise.

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Flosum has created a definitive guide on Salesforce sandboxes. It includes everything you wanted to know about Salesforce Sandboxes.

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  • the link doesn't have a definite answer to the pricing of partial sandbox. thou it gives a consolidated view of sandboxes, it doesn't directly answer the question. Oct 6, 2014 at 0:43
  • I voted up as slice 20 (not sure if this was updated since vote down) has a similar description as answered by codeulike
    – manza
    Jan 6, 2015 at 23:26

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