Announcing the Deployment Packages Course

We are excited to announce a new course, Mastering PeopleSoft Administration: Deployment Packages. This course will teach you how to make Deployment Packages (DPK) work for you. We begin the course by exploring the different components that make up the DPK, how you can configure the DPK, and how to enhance it. Then, the course shows you how to extend the DPK beyond it’s current functionality and use it to build servers exactly the way you need them.

Out of the box, the DPK is great for building demo environments. But most organizations have requriements for their environments that go beyond what the DPK can do. Those requirements can include custom signon pages, deploying additional software, and more. Learning how to use the DPK to deploy those requirements as you build environments can significantly benefit you. With the DPK, environment and server builds are repeatable, consistent and fast.

To learn more about the course, check out the videos below.

  • A course introduction video
  • A segment from the podcast where Kyle and Dan discuss why we built the course and what you can learn from it
  • A video on why you should buy a course from
  • Dan’s 48-minute talk on Enhancing and Extending the DPK

Last, there are 5 free lectures from the course available to watch right now. Click here to visit the course page and make sure to watch all the free lectures.

Course Introduction


Podcast Segment about the Deployment Packages Course

Why Buy a Course


Enhancing and Extending Deployment Packages Talk

Dan presented at the Upper Midwest Regional User Group about Enhancing and Extending the DPK (October 2016). This 48 minute talk goes over some DPK basics, introduces configuring the DPK and your possibilities for extending the DPK. If this talk is exciting and you want to know more, The Deployment Packages Course will go into the details of this talk and show you how to accomplish it all.


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