This week Kyle and Dan talk about scripting Change Assistant, DPK Patching and how many PeopleSoft customers don’t plan on leaving the platform. The podcast ends with Dan sharing his Oh No! story about Go-Live passwords.
This week we interview Andy Dorfman. Andy runs PeopleSoft on Windows Core and is an expert with PowerShell for server administration. He was fun to talk to and we learned a lot about running Windows with PeopleSoft.
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle talk about PeopleSoft Myths, PowerShell Profiles and more features in Beyond Compare. Then we discuss the “left behind feeling” when hearing what other PS Admin’s are doing.
This week, Kyle interviews Sasank Vemana about User Interface development in PeopleSoft. Sasank presented at Reconnect and shared some great projects he’s done to improve the UI in PeopleSoft. Dan and Kyle also discuss uploading Customer Data into the PUM and how we arrange our monitors.
This week on the podcast, Kyle gives a recap of the Reconnect 2016 conference. Some of the highlights we discuss are a PUM Success Story, how to adopt Fluid, and SAML 2.0. Dan and Kyle also discuss the new PeopleSoft Image Videos and using WLST with the DPK.
This week we interview Nate Werner. Nate talks about many of the unique solutions he created to make this PeopleSoft environments secure, standardized and automated. We cover a lot of topics and Nate shows why he is a top-notch PS Admin!
This week, Dan and Kyle talk about Event Mapping, Report Node Validation, search App Packages, and the REN server.
This week on The PeopleSoft Administrator Podcast, Kyle updates his psadmin-plus project, Duncan Davies shares an “Oh No!” story, Dan talks about some custom Puppet modules he wrote, and we talk about Elasticsearch’s 8.55.10 release.
This week on the podcast, Dan uses an M&M analogy for network security, Kyle asks about SYS databases with the DPK, and we discuss if there are too many technologies used with the DPKs.
This week Kyle and Dan discuss the Diagnostic Plugin Framework, sourcing environment variables for PeopleTools, Kyle’s great new
psadmin-plus project. Also, we find out who it a
c:\temp person and who is a
cd /Dto change Directory w/ a path @ 1:00
psconfig.shin newer PeopleTools versions @ 13:30
psft_patches.yamlin 8.55.06 @ 26:45
c:\tempor ‘Desktop’? @ 42:00
This week on The PeopleSoft Administrator Podcast, we discuss various ways to manage environment variables and a great package from Chris Malek to use with JSON files. Then we dig into using Puppet with PeopleTools 8.55 and how you can extend the DPK’s with your Puppet modules.
This week Dan gives a recap of the spring Upper Midwest Regional User Group meeting. The talks and roundtable discussions were great and we learned why PS_CUST_APP_HOME is gone in 8.55. Kyle and Dan also discuss IB development and the need for better App Class documentation.
This week on the podcast, we share a new trace analyzer tool, a great tip for managing Oracle Client versions, a fun game to learn VIM, and discovering the Oracle Cloud Migration DPK. Then we go in depth on the new features (and bugs) with Change Assistant 8.55.
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Karl Arao joins us this week to talk about Exadata. Karl gives a great introduction to Exadata and explains how it can benefit PeopleSoft applications.
This week Graham Smith joins us to talk about the PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture, the future of PeopleSoft and how the PeopleSoft Administrator role is changing.
Dan and Kyle talk about tabs versus spaces, Kyle’s File Attachment migration, and three new segments we’re adding to the show. Then Dan discusses his recent DPK successes and DPK shortcomings from his PeopleTools 8.55 upgrade.
Dan and Kyle talk about the a recent update in the PeopleSoftsearch replacement, a new tool to give you a 360 view of yourapplication, and then we talk about changes in the PeopleToolsPerformance Guidelines document.
This week we talk about HR Image 17, the new Security Automation tool, and share some comments from David Kurtz about PeopleSoft on 12c. Then, Kyle dives into WebLogic Servlet Filters and shares how filters can be used with PeopleSoft.
This week Dan talks about using a PS_APP_PATCH_HOME environment variable, Kyle discusses PeopleSoft features that require Windows servers and then we give an introduction to Elasticsearch.
Dan and Kyle discuss the new Ubuntu Bash shell for Windows 10, our plans to upgrade to Oracle 12c and introduce the new psadmin.io Community. We complete our interview with David Kurtz and talk about tuning the app server.
This week David Kurtz joins us again to talk about the application server. David get's into the details on how the application server works. Dan and Kyle also discuss a proposal for Control-J information on mobile devices and Fluid pages.
This week we talk about their system branding, share a great tip on customizing VERSION, and even discuss PeopleTools 8.56. Then, we dive into running PeopleSoft on the Cloud.
We are excited to have David Kurtz join us! David wrote the book PeopleSoft for the Oracle DBAand is a popular blogger. We talked with David for almost 2 hours, so we are breaking his interview into 3 parts. In Part 1, we talk about Temp Tables, PSAESRV, and more. Dan and Kyle also talk about Microsoft and Linux, and Dan’s DPK patching experience with PeopleTools 8.55.03.
Kyle and Dan discover that PS_CUST_APP_HOME is not supported in 8.55, brainstorm how to use Regular Expressions in PeopleCode, and our impression of the new PUM Dashboard.
Kyle and Dan talk discuss debugging techniques in SQR's and App Engines. We also finish our interview with Wayne Fuller this week. Wayne was a great guest and shared tons of great information. We hope you enjoy this rest of his interview.