This week on the podcast, Dan shares a lesson learned when applying PRPs and using Puppet with OCI resources. The Kyle and Dan discuss upcoming Cloud Manager features and the Leaky Roof analogy.
This week on the podcast, Kyle shares an idea for a drop zone in Cloud Manager, and then he and Dan discuss the AutoMgrLock feature in the application server.
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle talk about some older frameworks in PeopleSoft and why they didn’t catch on. Then Kyle shares some approaches to manage your PIs and why each solution might be a fit for you.
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle recap the sessions and labs from psadmin.conf 2020. We discuss some of our favorite moments from the sessions and lab, and share some of the great things we learned from the event.
- Future of ELK with PeopleSoft @ 5:00
- Automated Migrations @ 16:30
- Using a Master Inventory @ 19:00
- Making Life Complicated with PeopleSoft GitDevOps @ 23:00
- Propagating Cache to App Servers @ 27:30
- psoftbeat 2.0 @ 30:15
- Platform Overview @ 33:00
- Lab reviews @ 37:30
This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan discuss some tips for better communication when working remotely, a strange App Engine bug, and some tips when using the
pt_pia DPK profile.
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle are excited that PeopleTools 8.58 is available for on prem. We discuss the VisualCOBOL support timeline change, and Dan discusses his experience with the Cloud Manager Self Update feature.
This week on the podcast, Dan and Kyle share some free resources to keep learning while you are at home. Kyle talks about the new Slack notifications with the OCI Notification Service, and Dan discusses his experience setting up FTPS with PeopleSoft and IIS.
This week on the podcast, Kyle explains how Firefox App Containers work and how he uses them when testing with PeopleSoft, and Dan shares some updates to the Vagabond project.
This week on the podcast, Kyle and Dan talk about the new OCI Cloud Shell, Cloud Manager 10 installation and configuration videos, learning keyboard shortcuts, and debugging failed Windows services.
This week on the podcast, Greg Wendt from Appsian joins us to talk about IDP-based authentication, Zero Trust security with PeopleSoft, and some of the creative ways you can use Appsian.
- Introducing Greg Wendt @ 1:30
- IDP-based Authentication @ 3:30
- Kiosk Security and BYOD @ 9:00
- Zero Trust and PeopleSoft @ 11:30
- Security Implications with Cloud Migrations @ 18:00
- How do privacy laws affect PS Admins? @ 21:30
- Creative uses with Appsian @ 34:00