Hubbl Diagnostics uncovers hidden tech debt, surfaces areas of risk, and reveals opportunities for optimization.scan for free
See a Salesforce org's metadata through a new lens to understand its complexity and surface areas that are slowing you down.
View and visualize risky objects and org complexity with interactive dashboards and benchmark data from the ecosystem.
Empower teams faster with an actionable roadmap to optimization that reduces costs and drives more revenue.
Say goodbye to time consuming manual org inspections. Hubbl Diagnostics is the non-invasive Salesforce change intelligence solution for easily and securely managing org complexity in four simple steps:
Login to Hubbl Diagnostics and authorize a new connection to your Salesforce org.
We use OAuth 2.0 for secure org authorization without needing to access your Salesforce password.
Hubbl Diagnostics inspects the org to analyze its complexity. We do not access or collect any transactional data within Salesforce, but we do scan record counts, code, and configuration (aka metadata) within the org.
After preparing an aggregated analysis of the scan, we do not store your metadata or security tokens.
Review key metrics such as API usage, automation by object, security health risks, and more through the interactive dashboard. Export to CSV for additional details and to have complete control over analysis and visualizations.
Hubbl Diagnostics provides a holistic view of where to focus optimization efforts. Combine this with your business strategy priorities to identify efforts that will have the biggest impact.
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Hubbl Diagnostics does not collect any transactional data from your Salesforce org. It simply counts records per object, analyzes an org’s metadata (code and configuration), creates an aggregated analysis, then deletes any copy of the org’s metadata—so you can focus on optimizing org health and security, not data safety.
We also use OAuth 2.0 to securely perform authorization on a Salesforce org without needing to access your Salesforce password.