#30 – Exadata w/ Karl Arao

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.

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  • Introduction to Exadata @ 2:00
  • Indexes @ 13:30
  • Migrating to an Exadata @15:30
  • Upgrading to 12c with Exadata @ 24:00
  • Value of Exadata @ 29:00
  • Exadata and PeopleSoft @ 34:00
  • Patching Exadata @ 37:00

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#29 – PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture w/ Graham Smith

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.

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  • SQL Server/Windows @ 3:00
  • Reaction to Changes in PeopleSoft @ 8:00
  • PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture @ 12:00
  • Why the PCA? @ 30:30
  • Graham’s Predictions about PeopleSoft @ 35:00
  • How the PS Admin role is changing @ 43:30

#28 – DPK Successes and Shortcomings

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.

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  • Date “T” trick @ 2:00
  • Tabbing Personalization @ 4:00
  • Vim casts.org @ 8:30
  • tabs v. spaces @ 13:45
  • Kyle’s File Attachment migration @ 16:00
  • Three new segments @ 35:00
    • Oh No! Stories
    • How do you do it?
    • Adventures in MOS
    • Leave a voice mail with your story: 1-810-772-4654 ( or 1-810-psaio-54)
  • How you do it: Managing SQL files @ 41:00
  • Dan shares his DPK successes and shortcomings @ 46:00

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#27 – PeopleTools Performance Guidelines

Dan and Kyle talk about the a recent update in the PeopleSoft search replacement, a new tool to give you a 360 view of your application, and then we talk about changes in the PeopleTools Performance Guidelines document.

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#26 – WebLogic Filters

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.

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#25 – Intro to Elasticsearch

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.

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#24 – App Server Tuning w/ David Kurtz

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.

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#23 – The App Server w/ David Kurtz

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.

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#22 – PeopleSoft on the Cloud

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.

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#21 – Temp Tables w/ David Kurtz

We are excited to have David Kurtz join us! David wrote the book PeopleSoft for the Oracle DBA and 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.

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