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What are the option available for data sharing between multiple salesforce orgs? How does the admin monitor two orgs ...any magic control avilable

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You could also use Salesforce to Salesforce feature where you can set up a publish subscriber model and whenever you enter data into one organisation it will be shared with the other organisation . It's out of the box functionality, easy to configure. You can find more information here : https://help.salesforce.com/HTViewHelpDoc?id=business_network_intro.htm&language=en_US

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I know 3 solutions which I used, might be there are another ways to do that.

  1. Informatica Cloud. Read more about it. I guess that you can search a similar products via AppExchange.
  2. Create your own set of scripts for migration data between org using Apex Data loader console interface, your preferable shell (cmd/powershell for Windows, bash for Mac and Linux) and Cron
  3. Develop your own Data synchronization manager inside the Salesforce.com using Apex & web services which can be installed to your orgs via a managed package.

I do believe that if you have pretty simple data schema than the second way is preferable, but for more complicated cases you have to choose between 1st and 3rd options.

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You might also want to have a look at the Cross Organizational Data Sharing pilot. However, the 'spoke' orgs will only have ready-authorization.

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Bedrock Data has a pre-built Salesforce.com connector that can be used to connect multiple Salesforce orgs. Standard Salesforce objects (accounts, contacts, opportunities, leads, tasks, cases, users) can be connected and de-duplicated across org's.

Bedrock Data is also commonly used to connect Salesforce to other sales & marketing tools. For more info see https://www.bedrockdata.com/bedrock-integrations#.featured

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