#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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Show Notes

  • 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

One thought on “#29 – PeopleSoft Cloud Architecture w/ Graham Smith

  1. Actually, I don’t disagree with Graham’s comments about Tuxedo and Weblogic. They should and generally do just work. Beyond basic sizing, the occasions where you need to go in an manually intervene with esoteric configuration changes are few are far between, usually on large or high intensity systems, and usually because there is a fixed amount of on premise kit, and procuring more it difficult. I think the ability to easily scale in the cloud will make the fewer and further between.

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